I’m delighted by Vicky Allan’s article about ‘WE DO!’ in today’s Sunday Herald! My thanks to all the couples who are featured in it: Eli and Kate, Elizabeth and Bengtis, Natasa and Grant, and in the headline – but sadly not the article itself – the originators of ‘Until death or zombies do us part’, Kellie […]
Weddings don’t get more intimate than this… James and Sharon hail from British Columbia, and they contacted me in March of this year about their wedding at the Castle in May. My first concern was that they might not have enough time to get the Home Office to approve their visa, but luckily, the wheels […]
I love it when a photograph just sums up a whole day. This great shot by Sean Bell does exactly that for David and Victoria’s wedding at the stunning Carlowrie Castle. As is now ‘the new normal’, David and Victoria met online – but only just. David’s initial subscription to Match.com was coming to an […]
“I don’t really know what to say except hello with jazz hands” that’s how Sean introduced himself to Lola on Zoosk. After walking past each other several times while nervously waiting to meet for their first date, dinner at Chiquito’s was followed by a walk in the rain under a pink umbrella around a long-abandoned […]
I was delighted to see this article in today’s Guardian, not least because it prompted me to visit my archives, where I found this piece I wrote about resomation for Humanitie Magazine in 2010. When a body is buried in shallow soil, one of the principal biochemical aspects of natural decomposition is alkaline hydrolysis carried […]
I’m pleased to see that the team at Luath Press are entering into the spirit of wedding season!Here’s their new blog piece with my advice about how to write your vows.