Your wedding ceremony will be unique to you and you can have as much input into designing it as you want.
A wedding is an opportunity for the bride and groom to express themselves and to embrace their philosophy on life. We are privileged in that Scotland is one of the few countries in the world where a Humanist wedding ceremony is recognised as legal.
Your wedding ceremony will be unique to you and you can have as much input into designing it as you want. Some couples are very 'hands on' with very specific ideas about what they want whereas some are happy to leave it to me to come up with something that I think 'fits' them and then we tweak it until we are all happy with it. My job is to give you the ceremony that you want. The only absolutely non negotiable parts are the legal declarations that are required by law but these are quite brief. Some couples worry that because the ceremony has no religious elements it will not be dignified, meaningful or have sufficient 'gravity'. Please be assured that a Humanist ceremony is non religious but it is in no way anti religious and there is nothing that will be said that could offend any of your family or friends who may have a religious faith. Your ceremony should reflect you, the kind of people that you are, your hopes and dreams for the future and your own individual philosophies on life.