Thursday, 15 October 2015

Kirsty & Euan's Tips on How To Make Your Humanist Wedding Unique

I married this lovely couple three years ago now, but as We Fell In Love decided to feature them today as an inspiring example of how to throw an autumn wedding, it prompted me to look back at a few of the things Euan and Kirsty did to make their day extra special.


First of all, don't wear white! Kirsty looked stunning in this outfit by Linea Raffaeli. What makes it really cool is that she found it on Ebay…


Secondly, come in with your mum. Let's face it, she probably did most of the hard yards in bringing you up, so why not recognise that by walking her down the aisle?


Finally, write your own vows, and speak them directly to one another from cards that I can hold for you at the shoulder of the person opposite you. Nobody else can see them and you get to say the most important words you've ever said directly to your husband or wife to be. What could be more powerful than that?


As Kirsty and Euan told me after the event, "Everyone thought the ceremony was wonderful - so personal and meaningful - and you of course played a huge part in ensuring that that was the case!" 

Thanks to Alie from We Fell In Love for reminding me: to Euan and Kirsty for choosing to work with me and of course Andrew & Emmett of Wilson McSheffrey for the lovely photographs. You can read my original post here 

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