Humanist Society Scotland Celebrant Ross Wright and his husband, Efrain Acosta, holding hands and laughing while guests throw flowers as confetti

Celebrating a decade of humanist marriage in Scotland

July 2, 2015

Last month HSS hosted a celebration event, reflecting on 10 years since humanist marriage in Scotland became legal. Below is a selection of happy couple who have enjoyed legal humanist weddings since 2005!

 

We were delighted to welcome a range of HSS Registered Celebrants, and wedding couples from each of the last 10 years. The event was a fantastic celebration of humanism in Scotland, and we were delighted to have as a special guest Scottish Government Minister Marco Biagi.

You can see a selection of pictures from the event below:

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