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With Love My New Zealand

Weddings & Vow Renewals

With Love My New Zealand

Inspired by our wonderful scenery, unspoilt beaches and lush rainforests? What better place to choose for your romantic wedding venue than Auckland New Zealand?

Love My New Zealand knows how to deliver all the special ingredients to help make your wedding ceremony unique and special in every way, right down to our exclusive private suites for your pre-wedding preparation. We will listen to your hopes and dreams for your special day and suggest romantic wedding venues and ideas to create your perfect dream wedding.

Wanting to renew your wedding vows?

Make your Vow Renewals at Piha Beach right at the pinnacle of Lion Rock, or take a drive together on the black sand beach of Muriwai in our luxury white Land Rover Discoveries to the far end of Muriwai Beach with cocktails or bubbly.

Whatever your occasion or venue preference, whether a deserted stretch of beach or rainforest waterfall, Love My New Zealand can take care of all the details and bring everything together to make your wedding day or vow renewals incredibly special and unique.

Our Auckland wedding celebrant, Graeme Houston, has over 18 years experience with wedding ceremonies and vow renewals and is renowned for his sound judgement and listening qualities to ensure you ceremony hits all the right notes.

Karl Williams asked us to help him deliver the perfect moment to his sweetheart on Muriwai Beach on the West Coast of Auckland. He has kindly allowed us to publish his words here.

We stand here today for a very special moment. The position where we stand on the planet is defined by the coordinates of latitude and longitude as 38 degrees 81 minutes south in latitude and 174 degrees 41 minutes east in longitude. This small dot on the planet earth means a lot to me and I have chosen it to mark this significant occasion. As we face the mighty Tasman Ocean, Muriwai beach to our right runs unbroken for 50 kilometers and to our left the rugged coast line continues to the mouth of the Manukau. To reach our future we must sail not lie at anchor, we must sail not drift. Whenever I need insight and vision I come here.

Muriwai rose from the sea, the distinctive blacks sands the result of the Kaipara volcano that erupted 16 million years ago and from that formed the coast line where we stand today, sculptured by the Tasman Ocean. Behind us the Waitakeres. Maori mythology tells us this was called the great forest of Tiriwa, the people who grew from the earth, they had special power and were fair skinned. Not far away is the Muriwai Gannet colony. The Maoris called this great sea bird the Takapu. The birds mate and lay only one egg. They mate for life. Their young learn to fly and then make one great journey to South Australia and return to Muriwai two years later to find their mate and settle down to continue the line of this great sea bird. You can see them often here gliding out over the beach on the wind currents from the Tasman Ocean. They tell me as they fly on the wing, you can never cross the ocean until you have courage to lose sight of the shore. I find Muriwai always tells me things. That’s why I come here and that’s why we are here today. At 38 degrees 81 minutes south and 174 degrees 41 minutes east.

Karl Williams 2015

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