Hi I'm Bryan, I was born in Aberdeen a few years ago and now live in rural Aberdeenshire where I love getting outdoors; walking and running in the surrounding countryside.
As well as conducting ceremonies I help manage Ceremonies.Scot - ensuring all information arrives on time so sorry, it’s my fault if anything goes astray!
I believe life is for living so we should make the best of things. I enjoy meeting people from all walks of life, playing piano (not very well!) and I played rugby until everyone around me became bigger, faster and more talented!
I am not a morning person and the day doesn’t begin until after a coffee. I am tolerant of most things but I really don’t like flies - sorry flies, I know you try your best and I appreciate many of you are quite beautiful, but you come with just far too many germs!
Hello, I am Louise McAllister. I am originally from Northern Ireland and have been living in Scotland for the past thirty years or so, moving from Aviemore to Glasgow to Inverness and finally to Aberdeenshire!
In a previous incarnation I was a college lecturer; teaching English as a second language as well as drama with supported students and I am now a partner with Ceremonies.Scot.
I’m a busy mum of two and an even busier celebrant - I love the excitement of wedding days; all the forward planning and last minute tweaks that make it so special and, of course, the thrill of the day itself!
I like random acts of kindness, beautiful shoes and dancing, travel, opera, theatre and live music in general. Likewise, having my home full of family and friends with lots of food and blethering brings me the greatest of joys.
I dislike bias, meanness and inequality for any reason. Also marshmallows – toasted or otherwise, I just don’t get them! Bleuch!
I am Jill Law or ‘J’Law’ in character, age 30 plus shipping and handling!
I’m a proud Scot - an equal cocktail of my mum, sophistication personified and my late beloved dad, eccentric and unashamed (minus the sideburns)! I’m mum to teenage dream Cooper.
I’ve a pretty colourful career history:- A horse lover in my younger years I attained a BSc in Agriculture at Aberdeen Uni in the hopes of becoming a stud farmer...
I worked as a researcher at Granada TV...
I co-owned and managed a children’s nursery for 20 years...
I’ve worked in event planning...
I compère at ladies’ lifestyle, wedding and children’s events and exhibitions...
I factor several properties...
I’m looking to publish my first children’s book...
A ‘Jill’ of all trades!
And now I’ve found my dream job!
‘If you find a job you love, you’ll never work a day in your life!’
I’m a self confessed mussels addict with a penchant for Calypso Coffees and chocolate to unwind. ‘Desserts’ is ‘stressed’ backwards after all!
I’m a quintessential girlie girl! I LOVE a theme - just ask my long suffering girl squad!
My guilty pleasures are Kenny Rogers music and Bond films. I’m a closet word nerd who does EVERYTHING in heels and a hopeless romantic!
...and I LOVE weddings!!!!
I’m allergic to ironing and parking.
I don’t do ‘straight cheese’. It IS a thing!
Least favourite response - ‘Out of Stock’
Gluten doesn’t like me! #bloat
Hey! I’m Diane and I have lived and worked in Aberdeenshire all my life. I live on the family farm with my husband of twenty four years and our two daughters who are itching to fly the nest.
I started off my working life in Aberdeen in the oil and gas industry until the girls came into our life and I decided to stay nearer home. I spent their early years looking after them and also the local agricultural show. I loved having the chance to see them growing up whilst being able to keep working from home. Since they started school I have worked with apprentice engineers at the local college and I’m still there – the best job I’ve ever had.
I’m very much a people person. I love catching up with friends and like to meet new folk with interesting things to talk about. I travelled round the world in my youth, but still have a huge bucket list to conquer!
Living on the farm surrounded by animals and fresh air is the best and I love being able to grow, cook and eat our own produce. I sing in a local choir and listen to all kinds of music whenever I can. I also like nothing better than to curl up with a good book, a coffee and the cat on my knee with the fire roaring on a cold day.
My pet hate is poor manners, especially poor table manners. I stand against any cruelty to animals and don’t ever feed me liquorice!
Hi, I'm Shane, I’ve lived in the North East of Scotland since early 2011 and love living on the beautiful Morayshire coast. I have two rescue dogs, a prima donna Jack Russell called Jessie and Casper, the most loveable Staffie anyone could wish to meet; they take up most of my free time.
For most of my working life I was First Class Cabin Crew with BA. Now I am cabin crew of a different sort with the Scottish Ambulance Service as an ambulance technician - still providing first class service, of course! I am also lucky enough to conduct wedding ceremonies and vow renewals for happy couples and even happier guests - what a better way is there to spend an afternoon?!
Back at home, I love cooking and entertaining and I’m never happier than when the house is full of friends and family - especially with a good glass of red wine on the go and something smelling good in the oven. Gardening interests me too but more as a pottering hobby than something serious enough to produce anything of use in the kitchen.
I’m a pretty positive person and tend to see the good side of things however unfairness and inequality are things I most certainly do not like to find in others, along with general rudeness or impatience.
Oh I forgot sprouts, I also dislike sprouts!
I'm a born Fifer but have lived in North East Scotland for close on half a century.
After a long career working in economic development with Aberdeen City Council, working with technology, life sclence and leisure sectors, I now work as a contractor delivering Project Management for all manner of sectors.
I have four grown up children, three of whom I've managed to encourage to leave home and head out on their own adventures. They have left behind two dogs who provide me with hours of walking pleasure around Aberdeen, at the beach or into the Aberdeenshire countryside.
I'm a keen concert goer and now wondering how to fit the growing number of postponed gigs (due to Covid) into my schedule.
On reflection there are very few things that wind me up, but I am very fond of a wee internal grumble before deciding that there are always better things to be getting on with.