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 […]

The D Word

I heard an interesting story on the radio this morning: it seems that BBC’s Sunday Programme on Radio 4 has commissioned its own research into the statistics and found that couples who choose to marry in a Humanist ceremony are up to four times less likely to divorce. You can read the full story here and […]

Homework 2.0

One of the more enjoyable parts of my job as a celebrant is reading homework, because that’s where couples really open up about themselves to me for the first time. But April – who’s getting married to Greg later this year – thought outside the box, and she created a slideshow compiled from all the […]

How does the word homework make you feel?

I often wonder how people choose to share their homework with one another so it was lovely to get this message and photo from Amanda and Stuart. While Wee Molly the Westie was away at my mum’s for the weekend, we decided to share some alone time with some lovely red wine and read each other’s […]