Every single guest has said how incredible the ceremony was and how it’s one of the best they’ve been to.
Henry & Anne-Laure’s bilingual Humanist Wedding in Bruntsfield
Tim was brilliant. From the very beginning right through to the “I do’s”, he put us at ease and helped shape a very personal wedding ceremony.
Stephanie & Kari’s Humanist Wedding in their garden
You played a great big part of the joyous day and we couldn’t have done without you so we are eternally grateful.
Tracy & Rufus’s Humanist Wedding at Wedderburn Castle
“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 … Continue Reading
Sarah and Richard’s Humanist Wedding in their Garden
Secret weddings are hard to organise! I first met Sarah and Richard in June and they told me that they wanted their ceremony to be the surprise element of their housewarming party, so it was crucial that word didn’t get out. My lips were sealed… The new home came with Richard’s new job: they were … Continue Reading
Zoe and Michael’s Humanist Wedding in the garden of their Dunfermline home
I love a DIY wedding. Yes, castles are wonderful, but getting married in your own back garden takes courage, and Michael and Zoe have plenty of that! They met a long time ago, because Michael used to go camping with Zoe’s dad, and it wasn’t till they met at a festival in The Borders some years later that … Continue Reading
Emma and Daniel’s Humanist Wedding at Inchcolm Abbey
I love this scene-setting shot of the three Forth Bridges, by Jonathon Fowler! When Daniel and Emma decided to get married on the Isle of Inchcolm, the new Forth Crossing bridge (far left) wasn’t quite finished, and I think everyone was looking forward to seeing what it looked like from the deck of the Maid … Continue Reading
Carley and Fraser’s Humanist Wedding at Kirknewton Stables
My reputation depends entirely on word of mouth, and there are two groups of people whose good word I particularly treasure: wedding planners and photographers. It’s obvious really: they see lots and lots and lots of registrars, ministers, priests and celebrants, so if they like me, I know I must be doing something right! Carley Buick … Continue Reading
Lucy and Jeremy’s Humanist Wedding at St. Columba’s by the Castle
I’m tempted to let the pictures speak for themselves on this one… But I do want to say a couple of things about Jeremy and Lucy’s wedding. First of all, it was just such a happy day from the start: family and friends had flown from as far away as … Continue Reading
Fiona and Tom’s Humanist wedding at Kirknewton Stables
My thanks to Offbeat Bride, photographer Ingrid Murs and of course to Fiona & Tom for making this post very easy… Tom and Fiona chose to marry at Kirknewton Stables, a popular venue for people who like to do things their own way: and they really did, in every sense. The bridesmaids helped make all the pom-poms, … Continue Reading