Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Speaking from the Heart

What language does your heart speak? 

More and more I find it's not English.
But that's not a problem.


One of the good things about getting married in Scotland is that the ceremony can be conducted in any language, as long as all parties (including the celebrant) understand what's being said. 

You can read more about that on the Registrar General of Scotland's site here.

That's why I was very pleased last week to see these 'Vow Cards' from my bride and groom in Spanish and English: it meant they could both say exactly what they wanted to each other in the language where they felt most at home.

I'm looking forward to writing more about this ceremony in the future, but in the mean time, thanks to Mati and Kenny for letting me use this photo.

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