Elopements and Micro Weddings
Do you want to elope? Would you love to have your small Humanist wedding in Scotland?
With the current restrictions around weddings due to COVID-19, we know a lot of couples are having to radically change their plans and scale back their guest lists. Of course this is a very difficult decision, but changing your plans doesn’t mean compromising on having a ceremony that is just as beautiful and meaningful. Our Celebrants will do all they can to make this transition to a small wedding, or elopement, as easy as possible for you. You can read more about current guidance here.
Maybe you have always wanted to have a day that is all about you and your partner, and you want to celebrate with friends and family separately. Perhaps you have always dreamed of getting married somewhere remote and peaceful. Or maybe the idea of planning a big wedding feels daunting or expensive, or just not very ‘you’.
Whatever your reason for choosing to elope, or have a micro wedding, our Celebrants will make sure your ceremony is personal and special, and is designed around you as a couple.
Here are a few ideas and tips our Celebrants have shared, to make sure your elopement or small wedding is just right:
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