Let’s get married, in the mountains, in December – are you up for that?
Could there be a more romantic setting for an elopement than the Three Sisters of Glencoe? That was where Yann & Virginie chose to be married just before Christmas, with only their wedding planner, Gabrielle and their photographer Sean Bell as witnesses. Only a brisk hike up the hill from the A84, it felt like … Continue Reading
Nele said, ‘I was very intrigued to find out who this rude dude was after he rated my picture “you look ridiculous”. How did Neil recover from that?
I don’t like to use the ‘B’ word but despite all the uncertainty around Brexit, more and more couples are choosing to speak their vows in Scotland. It was last November that Leon and Chris brought their family and friends over from the Netherlands, and they’re still talking about their amazing ceremony now. They made … Continue Reading
“Thank you so much for helping us make this year the most special year in our lives!” said Chloë and Tim
What language does your heart speak? More and more I find it’s not English. But that’s not a problem. One of the good things about getting married in Scotland is that the ceremony can be conducted in any language, as long as all parties (including the celebrant) understand what’s being said. You can … Continue Reading
I love weddings where couples involve their guests, and Alex and Mel did that in an ingenious and entertaining way
Both Dominique and I were amazed how emotional it was. Not just for ourselves, but also for our witnesses as well as our guests.
I always get a bit nervous before a Franco-Scottish wedding. While the Dutch are always delighted if you can get your lips around s-Hertogenbosch, and the Poles are pleased if anyone can pronounce Przepraszam, the French can have an un-nerving way of looking at non-native speakers that suggests they’re not even sure that the language you’re trying … Continue Reading
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