Making your own ceremony together is not just emotionally wonderful – it is priceless.
Raynette & Joshua’s Humanist Wedding at Cambo House
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.
Lauren & Neil’s Humanist Wedding at Kirknewton Stables
You made the whole thing so wonderful and I wish we could do it all over again!
Sarah & Lee’s Humanist Wedding at Prestonfield House
It’s time for frights, it’s time to scream
With the King and Queen of Halloween!
Sarah and Gavin’s Humanist Wedding at Carberry Tower
Gavin and Sarah are VERY fit! They’ve done the New York half-marathon and followed the Tour de France. They run, they swim, and they climb hills, so it made sense that Gavin proposed to Sarah by the side of the banks of the Union Canal where they first walked, ran, cycled, and … Continue Reading
Symbolic Gestures: The Quaich Ceremony
The quaich is ‘the cup of welcome’
Symbolic Gestures: The Candle Ceremony
The lighting of candles can convey more than one kind of meaning. It can be a way of symbolising the coming together of two individuals in the unity of marriage, and it can also be a way to remember the people we love who cannot be with us at this important moment. There … Continue Reading
Michele and Jim’s Humanist Wedding at Cornhill Castle
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” is a phrase that resonates with a certain kind of person. Jim is one of them, and that is why Michele decided to give him a very special wedding present – one that came as a bit of a surprise to everyone, and not just to … Continue Reading
Ross and Polly’s Humanist Wedding at Aikwood Tower, Selkirk
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.
Juls & John’s Humanist Wedding at Ravensheugh Beach
The wild and wonderful Ravensheugh Beach is becoming very popular for weddings, not least because you can camp there, have a bonfire and invite all your friends to pitch in. This particular sticky out bit of coastline just south of North Berwick has a unique micro-climate that makes it one of the sunniest spots in … Continue Reading