The entire process helped us refocus our relationship and how we ended up where we found ourselves.
The whole point of working with me is that you get to have “Your Wedding Your Way™”. Joanna and Jonathan did precisely that in their really moving wedding at Ednam House in Kelso. Here’s my take on it from my Instagram feed… They got their friends Dom and Nikki to tell their story: they kept … Continue Reading
Looking for ways to make your wedding memorable? Pat and Colin came up with lots. Telling the story. Rather than just rely on me, they broke it down into four sections, each of which they put into separate envelopes, and gave friends to read, with linking passages from me. A brilliant ice-breaker, that … Continue Reading
Polly and Ross said, “We had a fantastic day as did our guests. Everyone thought it was a very personal, different wedding and really showed our personalities.
Your help and advice was invaluable. You really instilled in us the importance of the words and that the sentiments of ceremony should reflect us and no one else.
I knew from the start that Ali and Ste would do things their own way, and not just because they’re from Yorkshire… This was how they kicked off the marriage ceremony. Entrance: Ali, Ste and Tim to lead everyone into the room then hang around at the front while everyone gets seated. We want to stand … Continue Reading
The opening line of a novel is critical. The same is true of a wedding ceremony, and this one is hard to beat. Jo’s mum gave her two warnings when she left the UK almost 5 years ago for her working holiday: One: ‘If you get a tattoo, I will disown you.’ Two: ‘Just you … Continue Reading
Some couples are really well organised. I just got an email from Clare, sent from the airport in Osaka where she and Ross are just about to board the plane for the second leg of their honeymoon in Dubai, inviting me to check out their wedding photos online: their photographer is the very popular Glasgow … Continue Reading
What’s your definition of a romantic location? At one point I might have gone for the obvious one – palm trees swaying over a deserted tropical beach, but from now on, it’s the roofless ruin of Melrose Abbey, in the white light of a freezing cold Saturday afternoon in February. Only a true romantic would … Continue Reading