I’ve had a run of weddings recently with interesting Orders of Ceremony that I hope will inspire you! Laura and Anthony decided to say a few words about Humanist ceremonies and why they’d chosen to have one. Kate & John took more classical approach, with some lovely illustrations. While Shona and Simon had a practical … Continue Reading
Pam and Lee’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier
It’s the tiny details that make a humanist wedding so personal and moving. Pam told us she realised Lee was ‘The One’ shortly after they got together, when she went into the kitchen to find him picking the onions off a pizza because he knew she didn’t like them. And Lee said that he didn’t know where … Continue Reading
Zoe and Michael’s Humanist Wedding in the garden of their Dunfermline home
I love a DIY wedding. Yes, castles are wonderful, but getting married in your own back garden takes courage, and Michael and Zoe have plenty of that! They met a long time ago, because Michael used to go camping with Zoe’s dad, and it wasn’t till they met at a festival in The Borders some years later that … Continue Reading
Jade and Michael’s Humanist Wedding at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh
Your presence created a lovely, relaxed atmosphere which was the perfect beginning to our married life.
Annemarie and Jonny’s Humanist Wedding at GG’s Yard
I have nothing to add, other than to say it was just a joy to be part of this very special day!Thanks to Neil Thomas Douglas for the wonderful photos: you can see many more of them, and read the rest of Jonny and Annemarie’s story on the Scottish Wedding Directory here.
Sally and Sean’s Humanist Wedding at Borthwick Castle
When Sean and Sally got together eleven years ago, it was all thanks to Doctor Who! Sean may have suggested that a certain Scottish actor was his cousin: they certainly share the same surname, and when Sally’s sons Josh and Kyle found that out, they just had to meet Sean! Sally realised that she didn’t stand a … Continue Reading