It’s a question I’m often asked, and I have to admit my usual answer is, ‘I have no idea’ because while couples often send me their wedding photos, they don’t often send me their videos. I wrote about Carley and Fraser’s wedding back in 2017, for instance and I’ve never seen their trailer until today. […]
The ceremony was definitely our favourite part of the day: so many guests said how lovely it was and how well you delivered it. It was all down to the prep you made us do, and writing it ourselves really did make it feel so special and personal.
Every guest commented on how our ceremony was the greatest ceremony they’ve ever witnessed.
People keep telling me they’ve seen me conducting weddings in videos all over the web, but I’ve never seen any: till now. Keith and Marie got married earlier this year, all the way up the ancient spiral stone staircase of the Old Keep at Dundas Castle, and it was a wonderful occasion, as you can […]
The answer’s at the end of this film What’s so special about a Humanist wedding? from Humanist Society Scotland on Vimeo.
I’ve often been told I have the perfect face for radio, but every now and then, my ugly mug pops up in a wedding video, and this one, from Nik and Becky’s wedding last summer, is one of the best I’ve seen (and not just because I make a fleeting cameo appearance!) It was shot […]
About 4 years, ago, I married Bryan and Jen Ross at Dundas castle, where among the guests were Becky and Nikhil who loved the ceremony so much they decided to ask me to marry them earlier this summer. As they told me when we first met ten months beforehand, they were planning to have a slightly unusual […]
I was really pleased that Jennifer & Mo sent me a link to this video of their wedding this morning. Not because it shows my best feature – the back of my head – but because it reminded me how moving it was to see and hear them speaking their vows to one another. The short […]
That’s all it will take to see this quick montage of images taken (almost entirely) from weddings I’ve celebrated over the last year. I used a free software tool called Animoto, which was created a couple of year ago by some former MTV producers. It’s very intuitive, extremely easy to use and it might be […]