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West Coast Celebrants

Select a marriage celebrant or Civil Union celebrant from around New Zealand for your wedding ceremony.


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  • West Coast
    I am a registered Marriage Celebrant and a Civil Union Celebrant. I have been a Marriage Celebrant for couples on the unique and rugged West Coast since 2003.
  • National
    It would be an honour to assist you in the development and delivery of the ceremony that will transcend all your expectations.
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    My Wedding Magazine - a FRESH and REAL look at the New Zealand wedding scene.
    Now on iTunes / Android / PC - soon on Nook ... and of course in print!
    We're all about Kiwi brides and grooms ... or those looking to tie the knot in NZ.
  • National
    Ren-ai is here to help make your special day truly bright! Together we will create a radiant, happy occasion that you, your family and friends will always remember.
  • National
    Maree has many years experience as a Marriage Celebrant, working with couples to create a unique ceremony tailored to your specific requirements.
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Peta Hardley - Celebrant
New Zealand Weddings/Heiraten in Neuseeland

Articles

  • Choosing the Right Celebrant

    Unfortunately, many of us can remember at least one wedding ceremony where the Celebrant was dithery, was inappropriately dressed or forgot to change the names from the last wedding they did.
  • Getting Married in New Zealand - Residents from Other Countries

    People from around the world are increasingly choosing New Zealand as their ultimate wedding location. There are three things you need to get married in New Zealand...
  • Blending Cultures In Your Wedding Ceremony

    Where a couple comes from different cultures and faiths, planning a wedding ceremony that reflects both can be challenging. This article explores inter-cultural and inter-faith weddings.

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