Our ceremony was perfect and we can’t thank you enough!
Natalie & Jamie’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier
The ceremony was the most important part of our day; it was truly magical and more than we could wished for.
Happy First Anniversary, Charley & Nick!
“Thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts for conducting our beautiful and intimate wedding ceremony. It truly was a magical day, and every guest had a wonderful time. Many said it was the best wedding they’d ever been to!”
Rachael & Adam’s Humanist Wedding at Glen Clova Kirk
Thank you Tim for helping us make the ceremony so meaningful despite the last-minute changes.
Gwen and William’s Humanist Wedding at The Byre at Inchyra
We can’t thank you enough for all that you have done for us both in the lead up to our wedding day – through advice and support – and in conducting the ceremony yesterday. You were just great and so praised by all of the guests! It was so very special and we couldn’t have dreamed a more wonderful day.
Mhairi & David’s Humanist wedding at the Balmoral Hotel
David & Mhairi say, ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff – have a rehearsal!’
Virginie and Yann’s Elopement at the Three Sisters, Glencoe
Let’s get married, in the mountains, in December – are you up for that?
Danella & Bryan’s Humanist Wedding at Balbirnie House
How long was your courtship? Bryan & Danella’s must be one of the longest ever! They first met in ‘a Discotheque’ (look it up) in August 1983 when Danella was doing her best to avoid the ‘slow’ dances, but Bryan found her hiding in a dark corner, and as the music stopped, he was rewarded … Continue Reading
Tim’s Top Tip Two…
Could there be a more romantic setting for an elopement than the Three Sisters of Glencoe? That was where Yann & Virginie chose to be married just before Christmas, with only their wedding planner, Gabrielle and their photographer Sean Bell as witnesses. Only a brisk hike up the hill from the A84, it felt like … Continue Reading
Siobhan and Stephen’s Humanist Wedding at Orocco Pier
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