Musings and Blogs
Let’s create memories we can look back on and remember with a smile and with love.
Saying Goodbye to Our Loved Ones
Coping with saying goodbye to a loved one does not come with a one size glove fits all. Our journey has no instruction booklet. Many of us have very few plans for those final moments with people we love. In some circumstances, losing someone creeps up on us when we...
Green Wedding Days – Going Eco Friendly
Eco and Green Weddings An Eco Friendly Wedding day can be a fun, original, environmentally friendly way to organise your day. All your added extras from your wedding flowers, to name tags and tableware for your day can have the Eco green theme. If you check out the...
Perfect Scottish Wedding Setting’s and Hidden Gems
The perfect Scottish wedding settings and hidden gems of Scotland are abundant. There are glens, mountains, beaches, sacred sites and woodland settings which are picture postcard perfect and go on for miles. All ready to explore and have as a perfect wedding setting...
Preparing and Saying Goodbye – Our Final Farewell
Those Final Moments in Saying Goodbye Preparing and saying goodbye to a person we have loved, cared for and have known can hold a myriad of emotions, feeling and thoughts on our time with them, what they meant to us, and what they brought to our life. We go on the...
Creating Memories to Share after we Leave
Memories Left Behind Memories can often be precious and worth keeping somewhere that we can look back on after we leave. On a day trip out with hubby one day, we passed a small town in the Borders of Scotland. I remarked that I had been there when I was young with my...
Ceremonies I can help you create can include;
♥ Commitment Ceremonies
♥ Renewal of vows
♥ Baby blessings
“To have someone listen to your ideas and to give their thoughts was very important to us. We wanted to feel comfortable with who was conducting our service and Margery certainly has a wonderful energy which will fill any room with love, compassion and joy and added to our big day.”
Angela – Ayrshire