This is a moment from my friends' wedding ceremony, conducted by a humanist representative. That tree is so old it appears in the Magna Carta.
Despite spending hundreds rather than thousands of pounds on the event, it was an absolutely amazing day and night spent around a folly within 300 acres of grounds near Bristol. There were herds of deer knocking around too (not pictured.)
After the humanist man did his speech, and the vows were said by the novio y novia, this song was played so that everyone had time to think a little about what was going down. I think you'll agree it is a touching three minutes, and was almost enough to move your faithful orator to tears.
I wish you all the best, JJ & A.