Whether you choose a teeny-tiny elopement or go all out with an extra-large guest list, making your ceremony personal to you and inclusive for your guests is a must
Gillian and Gary Hughes have amassed one million views on the video-sharing platform after the groom got down on one knee again – this time to help change his bride change into some comfy shoes
Your commitment to one another is all that matters, so take some time to explore the many different formats this life-changing event can take, says Olivia Simpson
A team of wedding vendors, fresh to the Scottish scene, pitched up to ‘pop it like it’s hot’ in a styled photoshoot in a barn centred round a fun popcorn bar and a pretty peach, pink and blue colour scheme
It’s the most meaningful bit of the whole thing, so you need to get the ceremony right. Recent newlyweds tell us how they did it, from writing their vows to selecting appropriate rituals
Fuze Ceremonies is committed to delivering exceptional celebrant services for their clients, as well as doing good, with a percentage of fees from their wedding going to Scottish charities
Want to incorporate your dog in your wedding plans? Ever fancied an owl ring bearer or having a selfie with an alpaca? We discover how couples can have the company of four-legged friends on their wedding in Scotland
After a two-year hiatus, The Scottish Wedding Show returns to the SEC in Glasgow this weekend (19th-20th February) and we’ve partnered with the country’s biggest wedding show on the programme for their exciting new stage, called ‘Let’s Talk Tying the Knot’…
Planner Lindsay Coleman is based in the Cairngorms and brings local knowledge, diverse professional experience and an interest in sustainability to the Scottish wedding planning scene
Scotland’s most trusted provider of Humanist ceremonies considers the rituals, readings and vows you might want to include to help you make your ceremony unique and heartfelt
Want to find all Scottish wedding suppliers available on your date with a single request? New wedding planning website EventAce.com can help you do exactly that in just a couple of clicks
Readings can inject personality, emotion and poignancy into your ceremony, but with so many options, it’s hard to know where to begin. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favourites, from lighthearted contemporary pieces to traditional tearjerkers
Congratulations, you’re engaged to be married! One of the most important decisions you will now be faced with is the type of ceremony you both want – non-religious/humanist, non-religious/civil (registrar), interfaith or reflecting your religious beliefs.
Whether you choose to marry in front of two or 200 guests, a Humanist Society Scotland celebrant will help you create a memorable ceremony that allows your personalities to shine through – and make the process as stress-free as possible!