March Weddings – Personal and Unique

Welcome to Autumn and the slowing down of the wedding season. The weather during March has certainly created some anxious moments with a good share of rain and wind.

My hat goes off to the couples who took any inclement weather in their stride and moved seamlessly and happily to their ‘Plan B’. The moral is that you can’t guarantee fine weather at any time of the year, especially in Auckland. (Hence the saying…… “If you don’t like the Auckland weather, just wait a minute!’)

As things get a little quieter, it is great to reflect on the fabulous couples who’s Marriages and Civil Unions I had the privilege of officiating at this season.

Despite age, gender, or background, each ceremony is based on the love between two people.

What makes each ceremony unique is the personal touches, stories, readings and vows chosen by each couple.  Some couples have a theme which is always interesting.

For Tia and Ed, their theme was all about the beach. Despite a fierce wind they braved the beach at Muriwai to be married on the sand under a beautifully decorated gazebo.

Nathan and John had a tropical fiesta theme, complete with cocktails and leis, when they celebrated their Civil Union at their home.

My congratulations to my March couples whose photos are below. 

Chrissie and Caleb at Waitakere Estate

Eddie and Tia at Muriwai beach


Tahlia and Phillippa at Stone Willow, Pukekohe


Nathan and John at their tropical themed Civil Union


Peta with Paul and Shannon at Castor Bay


Debby and Kerry at Waipuna Lodge


Jamie & Sarah at Kumeu Valley Estate

Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day.


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