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
Secret weddings are hard to organise! I first met Sarah and Richard in June and they told me that they wanted their ceremony to be the surprise element of their housewarming party, so it was crucial that word didn’t get out. My lips were sealed… The new home came with Richard’s new job: they were … Continue Reading
Tim brought our wedding to life and allowed us to share our day with our family.
I really love it when people tell me they love my book, WE DO! This photo was sent to me by Sarah, whose wedding I conducted last week: I think you can see she thought it had lots of useful ideas, so I can’t wait to give my first ever public talk about it. The idea was the … Continue Reading
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
I’m pleased to see that the team at Luath Press are entering into the spirit of wedding season!Here’s their new blog piece with my advice about how to write your vows.
Regarding our ceremony, the amount of people who said to me afterwards that it was the best wedding ceremony they had witnessed was unrea.
Nele said, ‘I was very intrigued to find out who this rude dude was after he rated my picture “you look ridiculous”. How did Neil recover from that?
The lovely people at Luath Press have just shared a wee story about WE DO! on Instagram, with a link to the interview I did with Ellen and Nicole on Soundcloud. They took me a bit unawares, and perhaps because of that I didn’t realise that they were going to stream it: I had thought … Continue Reading
I was delighted to see this amazing double-page centre-spread feature article on my book in the Sunday Mail last month – until I spotted the major factual error in the body copy. If you look closely, you’ll see the article says ‘Humanist weddings, which are non-religious, now account for more than half of all weddings carried out … Continue Reading