Hi, I'm Simon

Independent wedding celebrant

Hi there,

So you are now hatching your plan to unite. I want to help you plan your day so that it is unique to you creates very special memories that tell the world about you as individuals but also captures your spirit as a couple and team in life.

I will help both of you plan but more importantly refine your ceremony. The style of the planned ceremony may be contemporary or traditional and may range from the very simple and informal to classic and formal. I will fit this around your requests.

I can provide suggestions for you to consider. Some couples are all over this while others at the outset have no idea what they want. Don't worry I am here to help.

During the consultation process, I am happy to exchange drafts and meet with you

as often as needed to ensure we create the Ceremony you want. This may be up to three or four times along with frequent email exchanges.

I am a servant to you and this is all about you its YOUR Wedding. I will work to ensure that the ceremony is the one you want as this lifts your day and creates those special memories for each of you, your family and closest friends.

The detail now... From the first meeting, through the planning and preparation phases to the rehearsal and on to your Wedding Day my aim is to help ensure everything goes smoothly as possible. This means you can both relax and enjoy every minute of your Ceremony knowing that the detail is taken care of.

So where to from here?

To see if I am the right celebrant for you, contact me on 021 535 511 so you can explore the style of Wedding Ceremony you would like and to outline what you want (and also do not want!). I can offer you this preliminary meeting

on Skype/phone discussion at no obligation.

In this call I will also talk to you about a very special venue that may suit as they are not always easy to find. Also refer to https://www.myweddingguide.co.nz/

as this website provides many useful tips.

First things first have a look at my website then get in touch if you feel the need.


Simon Speight