I love this photo, because Richard and Karen are clearly smiling and kissing at the same time: it just sums up their ceremony, which was great fun, from start to finish! Richard and Karen first met at at Alicante airport when Karen was pretending to be ‘Vhari’ the hyperactive taxi driver who’d been … Continue Reading
I don’t give prizes, but if I did, Laura would definitely have got my 2017 Award for the Most Original Entrance of a Bride… Her guests were at least as surprised as I was… To see a real fire-engine, sirens wailing, bells clanging, thundering up the narrow road to Kinkell Byre. Inside it … Continue Reading
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” is a phrase that resonates with a certain kind of person. Jim is one of them, and that is why Michele decided to give him a very special wedding present – one that came as a bit of a surprise to everyone, and not just to … Continue Reading
Telling our story the way you did made it even more special to us. You’re a natural and you bring a little bit of magic to the day.
“We have had a lovely first year of marriage, and still think back to our wedding day almost every day.”
Sam came in with both her parents, and she and Martin spoke their vows directly from cards.
I still remember when Mark got in touch with me earlier this year all the way from Hong Kong. Hi Tim! This is Mark. I believe my boss Karina has been in touch with you. Apparently we’re getting married, and we know nothing about how it all goes down during the ceremony. We’ve heard great things about … Continue Reading
Thank you very much for everything Tim. It was definitely the hardest homework I have done! But a fantastic exercise to dig deep!
Some days go perfectly and Jonas and Donna’s was one. We had ideal weather, and they created a textbook example of how informal yet moving a humanist wedding can be. Donna and Jonas wanted to start the ceremony by spending time with their friends, and they were waiting for me at the door when I … Continue Reading
Some couples just look perfect together: at least that was what I remember from my first meeting with Jim and Lorraine earlier this year. They’d started out as neighbours, who passed on the stair, said hello, and got on with their busy lives, but gradually other people began to notice an attraction growing. One such … Continue Reading