James and Amberley – 2 February 2018

I promise not to just grow old together but to grow, together.

But most importantly I promise to never forget that you are, unequivocally, my best friend.

I’m goo-goo-gah-gah over this wedding!! Jimmy and Amberley planned this from Melbourne and we hit it off over emails. Then we hit it off over cake and their wedding day  at the Front Room in Waikanae was perfect. Everything was planned to perfection – we laughed and we cried; we drunk bubbles and we enjoyed the sunshine; Amberley even had an amazing dress change from her beautiful Alice McCall navy number to a fun white jumpsuit! I mean, how cool can you get?! Scroll down to check out the beautiful photographs by Michelle Davies Photography, who I cannot wait to work with again; #sorrynotsorry for choosing so many beautiful photos to showcase!

Flowers provided by Black Rose in Plimmerton (and extras forged from local parks); cheesecake (yes CHEESE CAKE) by Evansdale Cheeses; music and vocals by Matt Mulholland (check out youtube too); Jimmy’s suit by Institchu; Emma Kate Thorpe did make-up; and the bride did her own  hair as she IS Rubi Richmond (Melbourne).

Jimmy and Amberley, career highlight wedding and I hope to do many more at the Front Room thanks to your example. Fantastic crew of family, friends and vendors around you to celebrate and I look forwards drinks with you both in the future! xx


“Searching for a celebrant our emphasis was definitely on a personalised, unpretentious, heartfelt service.

As we are based overseas we were unsure of how to approach this, however, once engaging Miranda our minds were put at ease. She kept us regularly updated on her progress as well as giving us ongoing support and advice to what was a very unknown process.

Her co-ordination on our big day was invaluable. As we were lost in a flurry of nerves and emotions she held the show together and made sure everything went to plan. Her delivery put our nerves at ease and set the tone for the wedding as a whole, she integrated the perfect balance of humour and heartfelt readings creating a beautifully personable service. Not only can we not sing Miranda’s praises enough but nor could all our friends and family.”