How to use this blog
This blog is structured as a series of questions and under each posting, I've provided what I hope will be helpful advice for you in planning your humanist wedding. All of the posts are on one page, but each one has been condensed in size, so to read the full details, just click on the post title or 'read more'. When you get to the end of the post, just click on 'home' to get back to the full page of posts. If you're interested in a particular subject, you can also click on the list to the left or you can do your own search by using the box below.
I've started with a short video clip, so happy watching, happy reading and happy wedding planning!
I'd hesitate to make a recommendation because choosing a wedding photographer is such a personal thing. It doesn't matter what I think anyway - the only important thing is the you feel comfortable with the style and approach of the person who'll be taking your wedding photographs. There are a lot of professionals to choose from and it's worth chatting to a few of them to discuss your ideas and to find out what they have to offer.
The photographers I've worked with locally include:
George Lammie at George Lammie Photographs in Alloa
Bryan and Stacey Mr and Mrs M at Picturesque in Falkirk
Rhoddy Stewart at Rhoddy Stewart Photography in Falkirk
Martin Weir at Weir Photography in Alloa
Whyler Photos in Stirling
Seppi Preston at Lighthouse Studios in Stirling
Stephen McCluskey in Stirling
Tom Collins at Stylish Images in Falkirk
Brian Muldoon at Brian Muldoon Photography in Grangemouth
John Rae at John Rae in Larbert
Jennifer at Jenniflower Weddings
Abbie Allardyce in Callander
Graham MacKay at Graham Mackay Photography in Cumbernauld
Stewart Hislop at Bright Yellow Photography in Falkirk
Ashley Coombes at epicscotland.com in Gartmore near Stilring
Aileen Stewart at aileenstewart.com in Stirling
Alastair Jolly at alastairjolly.com in Falkirk
Corona Photographic in Stirling