The ceremony was the most important part of our day; it was truly magical and more than we could wished for.
The story of Ruth and Paul from Swipe Right to I Do!
This has to be the best chat up ever. Phil: ‘Would you like to come to the Bruce Springsteen gig with me?’ Joanne: ‘I’d love to but you’ll never get tickets!’ Phil: ‘Don’t worry: I know someone in the band…’ You’d never guess Phil was an Irishman would you? Sure, the craic was great at … Continue Reading
there are few things I enjoy more than telling Rangers fans that they’re being married by a Tim…
I sometimes talk on this blog about couples ‘reversing into marriage’ and what I mean by that is that nowadays it’s much more normal to have your family first and get married later.That’s what Stephen and Siobhan did. They met because they worked in the same office in Glasgow, but it took a couple of … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
Laura (14) met Graham (15) while on holiday with their parents in Estartit, in Spain. Graham thought Laura had the fuzziest hair he’d ever seen, and a very beautiful smile. Laura was wearing braces at the time, which made her very self-conscious, so she spent most of her time hiding her beautiful smile behind her hands. … Continue Reading
“Our wedding was all the better because of you. It really was the best day of our lives – thank you for being a part of it!”
I always look forward to getting photos and cards from the couples I marry, telling me what made their day so special, but this is one I will never forget! Leigh and Gregor chose their wedding date because it was 16 years to the day since they met. As they said in their ceremony, “Home, … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading