We Fell In Love…

I was very pleased to be asked by Christina & Jay of Elemental Photography to give them some thoughts about why I do what I do on their inspirational wedding blog We Fell In Love. Check it out, and let me know what you think?

Antisocial Media?

When you got engaged, did you post your happy news on Facebook? Do you share the highs and lows of your private life on twitter? As so many of us share the intimate details of our lives online, there are bound to be times that somebody oversteps the line. More and more often recently, I’ve … Continue Reading

Multi-lingual Weddings

I’ve just had a call from a lady whose daughter is marrying her French boyfriend, and it occurred to me that I haven’t written anything yet specifically about ceremonies in other languages than English.In the first place, the whole ceremony could be conducted in a different language (including Gaelic or old Scots) as long as … Continue Reading

The Way I Work

A humanist wedding is is the only form of legal marriage ceremony where two people are free to say in their own words why they are getting married, what their hopes are for the future and what they want to promise to one another.  This is a wonderful privilege, but it’s also a terrifying responsibility.  … Continue Reading

Volcanic Eruptions….

I’ve just had my second phone call from a couple whose wedding plans have been blown sky high by the Eyjafjallajokull volcano – thankfully in both cases, their marriage will go ahead, but there are parents and friends stranded all over the world at the moment, and lots of anxious brides to be. In the … Continue Reading