The Order of Ceremony: some more ideas

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 […]

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 […]

Jade and Michael’s Humanist Wedding at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh

Aged just 16 and 17 respectively, Jade and Michael first met at City Nightclub: obviously the place to be for underage party lovers! As the ‘older woman’, it was Jade who passed her driving test first and drove Michael on their first official date to see ‘The Bucket List’.  They both studied hard at Aberdeen […]