Our family had nothing but amazing things to say about you and the ceremony. Thank you so very much for your help with everything!
I loved telling the unlikely story of how the China Doll and the Boy with Black Pudding in his Teeth met, went to see ‘I Love You, Phillip Morris’ and eventually fell in love.
Even the photographer said, “James and Sharon’s wedding was a wonderful, heart warming, intimate celebration of love.”
Every so often I’m sent a set of photos that make me smile from ear to ear. This is one of them, so all credit to Puddle Lane Photography for capturing the joy! Jac and Simon’s wedding was at The Principal Charlotte Square, better known to old Edinburgh folk as ‘The Roxburghe’, but barely a week […]
Ruth and Stuart created a wonderful ceremony that really wowed their guests! Their friends David and Jennifer told their story, and here’s a précis of how it started. David It was on Tinder that Stuart stumbled across the profile of a pretty blonde girl called Ruth. A teacher and pizza lover from Lanark. She swiped right, he swiped right […]
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?
Sarah and Ali’s story began back in 2009 when they first laid eyes on each other in Why Not? Nightclub (still going strong on George Street) where Ali’s tanned good looks caught Sarah’s eye. He then checked her out on Bebo (not going quite so strong these days), little realising that she’d been stalking him there for […]
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.
Daisy and David’s parents and grandparents delivered inspiring and moving speeches
“Thank you so much for your time, thoughts and encouragement, both in our wedding preparation and on the day! You allowed us to be us, and to celebrate as suited us best. We are now, and always will be so grateful for this, and the reaction of so many friends and family pay testament to how people loved both your ceremony and the humanist approach”.