Two weeks after getting engaged my Fiancee tells me excitedly there's a wedding fayre at Pollok House.
Caught up in the giddy of excitement of new romance we went along with no idea of what to expect, no plans to arrange anything, no expectation that we would have any productive meetings while there.
If you haven't been to Pollok House before, then I highly recommend a visit. The history of the building and grounds, the grand entrance, the place is well worth a visit at any time of year.
A benefit of going to visit at a wedding fayre is the place is laid out to show you how good it can look, how the rooms can be used for entertaining and they give you a glass of sparkly wine too.
We thought that the beautiful rooms of Pollok House a little small for our wedding party, but that didn't stop us having a great day out starting the adventure of planning our wedding and meeting a Humanist Celebrant called Gillian who months later we would ask to marry us.
Immediately we found Gillian put us at ease and had lots of great ideas and really understood how my fiancee and I wanted our ceremony to be.
Sometimes meeting your celebrant is like meeting your partner. Sometimes you just know they'll be perfect for you.
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