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!
We’re all relieved to see Covid restrictions lifted at last, but are there any wedding trends from this strange time that suppliers think will stick around? Read on to find out
There’s a ceremony reading to suit every taste, but so much choice can leave you wondering where to begin. We’ve got the top 10 dos and don’ts of choosing your wedding readings with guidance from Scottish celebrants
Have Covid-19 disruptions left you feeling burned out with your wedding planning or unsure about the way forward? You’re not alone. We’ve asked some friends for advice to help you get back on track.
All you need is love – plus someone to legally marry you. With celebrant-led weddings soaring in Scotland, how do you find the best person to oversee the ceremony? We’ve got eight of them right here…
Documentation and paperwork might be the least romantic parts of getting married but they are the most essential! Here’s how to complete the M10 Marriage Notice Application Form and what to expect with the Marriage Schedule if you’re getting married in Scotland
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, could eloping be right for you? Scottish wedding celebrants give their take on running away to get married
You can secure your date on Humanist Society Scotland’s website straight away – ensuring that a friendly, expertly trained and fully authorised celebrant will be there on your wedding day
Guests can’t congregate in real life right now, but they can still watch from the comfort of their sofa. Here’s what you need to know about live-streaming your wedding ceremony