Kirsty and Rob’s Humanist Wedding at West on the Green

  Its great when couples really embrace the freedom of expression that a humanist wedding offers. Robert and Kirsty totally got that idea, and I loved the way they told their story at their winter wedding at West on the Green.      “When Robert and Kirsty met, it quickly became clear that Robert had – and continues to have … Continue Reading

Carley and Fraser’s Humanist Wedding at Kirknewton Stables

My reputation depends entirely on word of mouth, and there are two groups of people whose good word I particularly treasure: wedding planners and photographers. It’s obvious really: they see lots and lots and lots of registrars, ministers, priests and celebrants, so if they like me, I know I must be doing something right! Carley Buick … Continue Reading

Ending The Year On A High

It’s been another wonderful, love-filled, life-affirming year, and it couldn’t have ended more appropriately than with a snowy wedding atop Ben Vorlich with Louise and Stuart, their witnesses, Ross and Davie and four bemused but delighted fellow hill-walkers who just happened to arrive at the summit at the same time. More on this in the … Continue Reading

Heather & Stephen’s Humanist wedding at Cambo House, St Andrews

There’s something inherently dramatic about the idea of marrying in a winter wonderland, but this is the first year for a long time that the weather in Scotland has made that possible over the Festive Season.  Sadly for more than one couple, that led to last-minute postponements, but by the time Stephen and Heather’s big … Continue Reading

Winter Weddings!

I have to say that despite all the weather reports, I’m rather enjoying the excitement that goes with driving over freezing slush with a spade in the boot and a life support kit on the back seat of the old Saab… On Saturday, I had to get to St Andrews; yesterday was in quite the … Continue Reading