Ahhh what an unbelievable weekend! I can’t believe it’s all over. Everything was just perfect (apart from my dress catching on fire!)
Lots of my couples have done interesting variations on the quaich ceremony.
If we’re being honest, the ceremony ended up being far better and more magical than either of us had hoped for, which was blissful and gratifying in equal measure – we know we chose the perfect celebrant for us.
I aim to ensure that every couple I marry has ‘the best wedding ever’ and that’s why I wrote my book, WE DO!
5,000 miles: that’s how far away Kelly and Alan were when we first spoke over Skype. It takes courage to organise a wedding at that distance, and confidence to invite your friends to make that journey with you, but that’s the kind of people they are. They relished the prospect of creating their ceremony in … Continue Reading
I absolutely LOVE mountain weddings, but they’re not for the fainthearted. Even in good weather, getting up to the summit requires a lot of planning and preparation, but when it’s absolutely tipping down as it was last Sunday, well, that’s when you find out what people are made of. Andy and Jo are climbers: ‘craggers’ … Continue Reading
Do you know the song, ‘The Book of Love’? Peter Gabriel’s version is here* and the lyrics were an important inspiration to Michael and Barbara when they created their ceremony in far-off Chicago. The book of love is long and boring And written very long ago It’s full of flowers and heart-shaped boxes And things we’re all … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
The quaich is ‘the cup of welcome’
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.