Thank you for making us truly appreciate what marriage is all about. You made the experience more special and profound than we thought possible.
TY in B&W
There’s something timeless about black and white photography, and it seems to be making a bit of a comeback, if my three most recent thank-you cards are anything to go by. Kyle was the best man at the wedding of Russell and Sarah at The Royal Scots Club back in July. He and Jen got in … Continue Reading
Sarah and Russell’s Humanist Wedding at The Royal Scots Club
You made everyone laugh, you pulled at everyone’s heartstrings and you made our day so special.
Thank you, thank you, thank you
If you haven’t yet got round to designing your thank you cards, here are some great ones that have come my way recently. The first is from Bruce and Bindy who married at the Signet Library in Edinburgh. Their wonderful ceremony included this truly original vow: Bruce: Bindy, If our … Continue Reading
Bita and Bryan’s Humanist Wedding at Solsgirth House
Who remembers foam parties? Everyone should. My sources tell me that the first one was in 1932, and featured Louis Armstrong dancing, singing, and of course playing his trumpet in the short film, “A Rhapsody In Black and Blue”. Fast forward 80 years to Bryan and Bita’s meet-cute at the legendary Revolution Nightclub where Brian … Continue Reading
Jo and Sandy’s Humanist Wedding at Howie’s Waterloo Place
I’ve never had a thank you card quite like this one: it’s a Smilebox, sent to me by Sandy and Jo whose wedding last November was a total hoot. You can see it here and listen to it too: the soundtrack is the song they chose to have all their guests sing to them during … Continue Reading
Jane and Peter’s Humanist Wedding at The Glasshouse Hotel
The Glasshouse Hotel at the top of Leith Walk has a glorious roof garden, and one day I’m going to be lucky enough to conduct a wedding on it. But on the day Peter and Jane chose earlier this year, the sun was hiding behind a veil of haar, so instead, they married indoors with a … Continue Reading
Julie and Angus’s Humanist Wedding at Balbirnie House
Gus & Jules and Gus’s relationship was the definition of ‘opposites attract’.
Sara & Stuart’s Humanist Wedding at Carberry Towers
It’s always lovely to get an email from couples when they get back from their honeymoon, but I was very touched to get a card and some old-skool photographs from Sara & Stuart who chose the romantic setting of Carberry Towers for their wedding. I was particularly pleased to read what they said about their … Continue Reading
Jen & Ally’s Humanist Wedding at Glenbervie House Hotel
It’s always nice when people take the trouble to write and thank you after a ceremony, and I particularly like it when a couple creates a card using photos taken on the day. I got this last week from Jen and Ally, a lovely young couple whose wedding I celebrated at Glenbervie in early March: … Continue Reading