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"Craig and I had been together 10 years before getting married, and it was important to us that our Celebrant understood our relationship and the enormity of this next step. Peter was everything we wanted in a Celebrant... and more. He put us at ease as soon as wesat down to discuss our ceremony and what we envisioned. He helped us with our vows and was there for us if we had any questions. On the day, Peter helped Craig relax, as I was unexpectantly 25 mins late, and he made our guests feel very welcome. Our ceremony was perfect - relaxed, seamless,... exactly what we were after. Thank you Peter for making our day that much more special! I would recommend Peter to anyone looking to get married, or renewing their vows. P.S., We now have a beautiful daughter (conceived 1 month after our wedding!)... so now will be looking for Peter and theWeddingGuy team to conduct our baby naming ceremony."

Donna Heaton, Events Manager, Auckland

While the emphasis of most weddings is undoubtedly on the bride and her gown, men also need to give careful thought to their wedding day attire. Whether you decide on a formal or casual look, as long as the attire fits the occasion, you can't go wrong.


Formal may require a suit or tuxedo. Ties, cravats, gloves, cumber buns or top hats can easily dress up a hire suit.


A white, or off white dinner jacket, or navy blue charcoal or black suit with a white shirt and tie can create a stylish semi-formal look.


For less formal weddings, many grooms opt for an open collar shirt in a stunning colour (perhaps to match or complement the colours of the wedding) worn with black pants or with a well cut contemporary plain black suit.


Scottish kilts are also available for purchase or hire. We will be able to help you decide all of your grooming attire for the day that meets your personal taste and style.

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