Lauren and Nick – 16 December 2017

I love the high contented sigh you make when you fall asleep and I love the high standards you hold yourself and others to…

I promise we will be a great married team. I promise that we will go out for dinner lots, drink wine with our friends and family, and go on holiday. I promise to love you in good times and in bad, when life is easy and when it’s a struggle.

Lauren and Nick got married during the Wellington heatwave and we were all VERY toasty and warm at the beautiful Boatshed to the sweet sounds of DJ Luke. This couple is elegance-personified and the styling of this beautiful blank slate by Tableflower was a-ma-ZING- black chairs, champagne shallow glasses, Catering Studio and Tomboy cake. Don’t get me started on how elegant and beautiful the couple was: Lauren was stunning in a beautiful golden Pronovias gown from Brides on Thorndon (hair Erin at Glory; and make-up Ellie Craigie) and Nick looked very dashing in his red smoking jacket!! Check out Yvonne Liew Photography snaps below.

I really can’t stress how amazing the whole afternoon was – it was a pleasure officiating your beautiful wedding and I can’t wait to see where the world takes you as a beautiful, elegant, (book-loving!) married couple.

“Miranda was the first celebrant we met with when we started planning our wedding and ended up being the only celebrant we met with. We were instantly drawn to both her enthusiasm and her professionalism. 
Miranda said to us, when we first met for coffee early in the year, that if no one remembered what she said or did during the ceremony, then she will have done her job, as we were the ones who should be in the limelight. But people did remember her, for all the right reasons – for her bright personality, her calm professionalism, and her organisational skills. From helping us to craft vows that felt like us, to explaining the practicalities of how a wedding ceremony actually works, she was generous with her time and her expertise.
We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Miranda as a celebrant and have been singing her praises wherever we go.”