We both thoroughly enjoyed the ceremony and it was just right for us. we wouldn’t change anything.
Some people like to plan their weddings far in advance. Today for example, I was asked to hold a date for a wedding in three years time, which is some kind of a record – for me, anyway. George and Momo did it the other way round. They got in touch at the end of … Continue Reading
I remember that when I first spoke to Matt and Angela, they were going to marry at Edinburgh Castle, which in late January can be a cold and forbidding place, so I was very pleased when they told me they’d changed their minds and booked into Edinburgh’s most discreet private venue, One Royal Circus. A complete … Continue Reading
Some of the most touching ceremonies I do are those with only a handful of guests, like this evening wedding at Prestonfield House for Peter and Claire. We wrote the ceremony together as always, but they both prepared secret readings for one other, which they gave before they exchanged their vows. It takes a lot … Continue Reading
Alison recently sent me this clip of her wedding to Bob last summer: I love it, not just because I’m largely out of shot, but mostly because it really does capture something of the relaxed and intimate atmosphere of the day. Thanks Alison!
After touring the world for more than two years, Maria & John came from Stockholm to the beautifully restored Forter Castle to celebrate their wedding with their immediate families. Just as well it was an intimate wedding – the tiny chapel is without doubt, the smallest wedding venue I’ve ever been in! … Continue Reading
I always enjoy a story where love triumphs over adversity, and Caroline & Bruce’s story is a cracker! Childhood sweethearts at a highland boarding school, they were apart for 26 years before they met – and fell in love all over again. They had an intimate ceremony for close family only in a marquee in … Continue Reading
It was funny, moving and poetic and you can’t ask for more than that.
More and more couples are doing it backwards – having a family first and then getting married and in some ways I find these ceremonies the most moving of all! This photo of Neil and Colette’s family formed the backdrop to their wedding, and all the kids played their part. Michael was the best man, … Continue Reading