Beach Weddings Coromandel New Zealand Marriage Celebrant

Cooks Beach Wedding Package
NZD $2800
prices are based on payment by cash or EFTPOS


Beachweddings NZLOCATION - Cooks Beach is named after the famous explorer James Cook who landed here in 1769. Sand dunes lead you down to a white sandy shoreline which stretches out over 2kms. It is flanked at the eastern end by the Purangi Estuary and at the western end by a freshwater stream – both very picturesque wedding locations.


     3 nights for 2 at The Mouse House
So close to the beach that the distance could be measured in footsteps rather than metres, this charming cottage is nestled in a garden setting to afford privacy in the grounds of your host. The cottage theme is accentuated in the furnishings and decor adding to the cottage appeal to make you feel welcome and your stay relaxed and peaceful. Close out Xmas – end January.


Beachweddings NZPHOTOGRAPHY – Vaughan is a much accomplished wedding photographer who will create a visual picture of your wedding day to take home and share with family and friends. 100+ high resolution images onto DVD, 60 best images set to music on DVD slideshow, 50 6x4 postcard sized prints.


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Your Wedding Location : Cooks Beach


Your accommodation : The Mouse House, Cooks Beach



Marriage Celebrant

Lesley Morrison, as well as taking on the duties of Co-ordinator, is also the friendly, caring celebrant who will officiate at your wedding. Lesley considers it a privilege to conduct your marriage ceremony and will make every effort to ensure your wedding day will be perfect and everything you had ever imagined it to be.


In NZ, two witnesses must be present at the ceremony to witness and sign accordingly that a marriage took place in their presence. We will engage two such witnesses who will be honoured to be part of your wedding day.


      Our own personal touches

       these are the little things that make you
       feel special and show that we care:

  • A wedding card, wishing you well, and signed by all the crew at Beach Weddings awaits you on arrival.

  • Our Marriage Celebrant will personally visit you at your accommodation on the eve of your arrival to welcome you, discuss your ceremony and take you on an orientation drive to your wedding location.

  • A chilled bottle of bubbly/sparkling grape-juice will be on hand to toast the bride and groom at the conclusion of the ceremony.

Legal Paperwork

Prior to your arrival in NZ, we will make application in the form of “Notice of Intended Marriage” to the Dept. of Internal Affairs on your behalf requesting authority for your marriage to take place and make payment of the prescribed fee.
Once your wedding has taken place, the Celebrant is required to despatch the “Particulars of Marriage” to Births, Deaths and Marriages in Wellington where your marriage will be recorded. We will then make application for a “Marriage Certificate” to be issued and couriered to your home address and make payment of the prescribed fee.


Bridal Bouquet

It’s traditional for a bride to carry flowers on her wedding day, and who are we to break with tradition? A simple bridal bouquet of seasonal flowers will be lovingly created for you.


      Additional optional Extras

  • HAIR- NZD $110
    Short/long hair styled at a Whitianga salon

  • MAKE UP –NZD $80
    Make up artistry for your wedding day (can be booked to coincide with your hair appointment)

    Most simply described as further proof of authenticity of a NZ issued document (your Marriage Certificate). It is required in some, but not all overseas countries.

    per guest

    Prices may vary according to the time of year and
    are subject to availability.
Beach Weddings Coromandel New Zealand Marriage Celebrant  
Beach Weddings Coromandel New Zealand Marriage Celebrant

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