“For us it was the perfect day and I wouldn’t change it for the world!”
Humanists believe we should celebrate the one life we have, but we also believe that grieving and mourning are fundamental to the healing process. Celebration isn’t obligatory, and it would be wrong to think that’s what a humanist funeral has to be.
“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.