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”.
Who remembers foam parties? Everyone should. My sources tell me that the first one was in 1932, and featured Louis Armstrong dancing, singing, and of course playing his trumpet in the short film, “A Rhapsody In Black and Blue”. Fast forward 80 years to Bryan and Bita’s meet-cute at the legendary Revolution Nightclub where Brian … Continue Reading
I love what I do, and never more than when I get emails like this one from the lovely Carol and George… I don’t think we can put into words how thankful we are that a) we decided on a Humanist wedding and b) chose you as our celebrant. From the first … Continue Reading
I don’t know why the gorgeous Sandra apologised for the delay in sending me these photos from her wedding – it was less than a fortnight ago, and we were very lucky because the John Muir Grove at the Botanics was bathed in that amazing golden light that you only get on an autumn afternoon. … Continue Reading
Thanks again Tim for making our day just that, ours in every way”.
These shots by Edinburgh based photographer Boyd are just too good to edit: they really capture the atmosphere of the day Jon and Carol married at the magical Ravensheugh Log Cabin in East Lothian. Carol says, “Our wedding was truly one of the best days of our lives, it was just how we envisioned it … Continue Reading
“So many people said the ceremony was the best they’d ever been to. Thank you so much!”
Polly and Ross said, “We had a fantastic day as did our guests. Everyone thought it was a very personal, different wedding and really showed our personalities.
Emma and Barry first met at the very romantic setting of a service station at Kinross, en route to T in the Park, so an outdoor wedding was an obvious choice for them. Springfield Mill was somewhere they’d both spent time during their childhoods, camping and as they said in the ceremony, ‘generally doing things our parents … Continue Reading