Lisa and Ray’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier

 Like so many couples these day, Lisa and Ray were ‘reversing into marriage’ and they arrived at Orocco Pier with their ready-made family, their children, Ethan and Courtney. Courtney’s verdict was crucial when it came to choosing the colour of the bridesmaids dresses, while Ethan made sure the countdown sign was always up to date. […]

Pam and Lee’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier

It’s the tiny details that make a humanist wedding so personal and moving. Pam told us she realised Lee was ‘The One’ shortly after they got together, when she went into the kitchen to find him picking the onions off a pizza because he knew she didn’t like them. And Lee said that he didn’t know where […]

Olly and Joy’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier

People often ask me what makes one wedding different from another? Well, what I remember most about Joy and Olly’s wedding was the pause for contemplation, just before they exchanged their vows. Rather than the usual one minute’s silence, all I could hear was sniffing. First it was one person, then it was two. They were […]