A few of our guests have told us it was the best ceremony they have ever been to (including their own!)
Ros and Allan were that rare thing in these days of swiping right: High School Sweethearts.
“It’s a beautiful thing when two eternally romantic idiots finally meet” As a creative director working in advertising, Rufus knows how to pack a lot of meaning into a small space. He and Tracy wanted their wedding to be short and sweet so that’s what it was. I remember turning up to the castle: everyone … Continue Reading
We can’t thank you enough for all that you have done for us both in the lead up to our wedding day – through advice and support – and in conducting the ceremony yesterday. You were just great and so praised by all of the guests! It was so very special and we couldn’t have dreamed a more wonderful day.
This has to be the best chat up ever. Phil: ‘Would you like to come to the Bruce Springsteen gig with me?’ Joanne: ‘I’d love to but you’ll never get tickets!’ Phil: ‘Don’t worry: I know someone in the band…’ You’d never guess Phil was an Irishman would you? Sure, the craic was great at … Continue Reading
Our family had nothing but amazing things to say about you and the ceremony. Thank you so very much for your help with everything!
Honestly, it was worth every moment of effort to get the ceremony we did.
Every single person has said to us what an amazing ceremony it was, and many said it was the best they’d ever been to which is exactly what we’d hoped for, so thank you!
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
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 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