“It’s a beautiful thing when two eternally romantic idiots finally meet” As a creative director working in advertising, Rufus knows how to pack a lot of meaning into a small space. He and Tracy wanted their wedding to be short and sweet so that’s what it was. I remember turning up to the castle: everyone […]
Thank you Tim for helping us make the ceremony so meaningful despite the last-minute changes.
We can’t thank you enough for all that you have done for us both in the lead up to our wedding day – through advice and support – and in conducting the ceremony yesterday. You were just great and so praised by all of the guests! It was so very special and we couldn’t have dreamed a more wonderful day.
My role is to speak for the bereaved, and the more accurately I do that, the better the ceremony. Having multiple contributions from family and friends writing from wherever in the world they happen to be allows me to create a richly textured, multi-faceted portrait.
You don’t need to be surrounded by guests or be at a castle to still have a special day. “Celebrate your love for each other on that day and celebrate why it is that you want to get married.”
David & Mhairi say, ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff – have a rehearsal!’
You don’t expect a French couple to choose a Shakespeare Sonnet for their Scottish wedding, but that’s what Julie & Nicolas did!
In these uncertain times, only one thing is sure: love is our most important possession.
Worried you might cry when you speak your vows? Carla was…
See how Jen & Phil celebrated their wedding day, even though they weren’t able to get married.