Cathy and Ste: relaxed pub garden wedding

Cathy and Ste first met as students ten years ago, when they had part-time jobs at ‘The Cheshire Cat and Queen of Hearts’; a pub/ club in Manchester affectionately known as ‘Tarts’. Given how their relationship started, it made sense to mark this next phase at a pub...

Polly and Chris: two-day festival wedding

In theory I travel all over the country to conduct humanist weddings but, in reality, I’ll only do an overnight stay for the absolute MEGABABE couples who I can tell are going to be a hoot to work with, and whose wedding I’m clambering to be a part of! Polly and Chris...

Melissa and Dave: urban wedding in the Steel City

Melissa and Dave’s humanist wedding was my first of 2019, and really started my season with a BANG! Neon lights, disco balls and all the heart-achingly cool urban vibes. Despite the fact I gave birth to my daughter less than two months before their big day, I knew I...

Kirsty and Reshma: Hinduism-inspired city wedding

Kirsty and Reshma were keen that their wedding ceremony do three things: involve all their friends and family, incorporate Hindu marriage rituals, in a nod to Reshma’s heritage, and, most importantly, communicate the sense of fun that is at the heart of their...

Lucy and Joe: New Year’s Eve Wedding in Norwich

I made a promise to myself at the beginning of last year that I’d only work with couples that I could see myself being BFFs with IRL (soooo much easier to write couple’s love stories when I’m a teensy bit in love with them myself!). And it was such an absolute...

Liane and Michael: ‘Jewmanist’ city wedding

Liane and Michael wanted their ‘Jewmanist’ wedding to be a celebration of their life together and, whilst it was important that it was very much a non-religious occasion, they were still very keen to reflect elements of Liane’s Jewish heritage which, culturally, is a...