We may have questioned ‘why are we writing everything?’ but it was the absolute best way to go about it.
Writing your own vows is ‘the new normal’ but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Having the ceremony in our own words made the day so much more special and ‘us’.
The ceremony was one of the best parts, if not the best part, of the entire day.
Thank you Tim for helping us make the ceremony so meaningful despite the last-minute changes.
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.
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 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.
I’m delighted by Vicky Allan’s article about ‘WE DO!’ in today’s Sunday Herald! My thanks to all the couples who are featured in it: Eli and Kate, Elizabeth and Bengtis, Natasa and Grant, and in the headline – but sadly not the article itself – the originators of ‘Until death or zombies do us part’, Kellie … Continue Reading
The whole point of working with me is that you get to have “Your Wedding Your Way™”. Joanna and Jonathan did precisely that in their really moving wedding at Ednam House in Kelso. Here’s my take on it from my Instagram feed… They got their friends Dom and Nikki to tell their story: they kept … Continue Reading