Creating our ceremony, with your guidance, was honestly the toughest but most rewarding part of our day.
We had such a great experience with you throughout the planning process as well as the day itself; our guests were very complimentary
How long was your courtship? Bryan & Danella’s must be one of the longest ever! They first met in ‘a Discotheque’ (look it up) in August 1983 when Danella was doing her best to avoid the ‘slow’ dances, but Bryan found her hiding in a dark corner, and as the music stopped, he was rewarded … Continue Reading
Scene One, EXT. A formal garden in St. Andrews A group of sharp dressed men walk to camera But these dapper dudes are not Mr. Blue, Mr. Brown, Mr. Orange and Mr. Pink: they’re Lee, Sean, groom Craig, and his brother, ‘protein shake enthusiast’, Rorry. Cut to INT, where a pensive Laura awaits bridesmaids Michelle and Louise and of course, her … Continue Reading
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
Jade and Michael did a lovely thing in their ceremony. They asked their parents and grandparents the BIG question: What’s the secret to a long and happy marriage?
What made it so special was that it was our story, in our words, and being able to share that with our friends and family.
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
Kirstie and Gary didn’t have a wedding party: it was more like a wedding army, but their six bridesmaids and seven best men somehow managed to squeeze in beside them in the Long Gallery at Balbirnie House. After the groom’s nephew-to-be, Jack, took the rings to the back of the room so … 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