The ceremony was brilliant and we have a few people who can’t quite believe we wrote it!
Sophie & Callum’s Humanist Wedding at Archerfield House
Ahhh what an unbelievable weekend! I can’t believe it’s all over. Everything was just perfect (apart from my dress catching on fire!)
Ideas and Inspiration for your humanist wedding ceremony
I aim to ensure that every couple I marry has ‘the best wedding ever’ and that’s why I wrote my book, WE DO!
Hilary & Craig’s Humanist Wedding at home
Craig and Hilary bonded over a mutual love of good food, good wine and good gin!
Katrina and Andrew’s Humanist Wedding at Pratis Barns
I loved how Katrina and Andrew’s ‘unplugged wedding ceremony’ began. I told the guests they wanted to see their faces not their phones, and then their friends Lizzie and Jamie gave us a lovely version of ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’ for Katrina’s walk down the aisle. They both came with a big team: Katrina had Jen, Amy, Natasha, not one but … Continue Reading
Gillian and Alastair’s Humanist Wedding at the Royal Scots Club
Sometimes the best weddings are the ones when things go wrong. Gillian and Alastair weren’t the first couple to arrive minus something very important, but Gillian was definitely the first bride I’ve met who’d chosen to be responsible for bringing the rings… When she got in touch today, Gillian said, “Looking back, I still can’t believe that … Continue Reading
Jen and Stuart’s Humanist Wedding at Tyninghame Village Hall
I received a wee note from my grandma today, and in it she wrote ‘Thank you for a lovely day, both your granddad and I agreed it was the best wedding we had been to, the service was so personal and beautiful,
Kirsty and Euan’s Humanist Wedding at Mansfield Traquair
Thank you for helping to make our day such a success.
Lorraine and Jim’s Humanist Wedding at Archerfield House
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
Step by Step Guide to a Humanist Wedding no. 4 – The Exchange of Rings
The exchange of wedding rings between a man and a woman is still a comparatively new idea. Once upon a time, there was only one ring; the best man gave it to the groom, who gave it to the bride who wore it to her grave. The groom didn’t wear a ring at all, and … Continue Reading