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North Shore Newlyweds…

Here we share readers' wedding days with the Shore...
See who has recently married, where and what made their big day special. If you've recently said 'I do' , or know a Shore person who has, we'd love to hear from you and see your photos. We can then share the news through Channel! Please e-mail heather@channelmag.co.nz

Shore High School Sweethearts Wed 
They met through friends when they were 15-years-old, they work together, and now they are husband and wife. Michelle James married Matt Ruxton at Settlers Country Manor, Waimauku with a bridal party fully made up of friends and family from the Shore. The couple, who both work at local family-owned business Takapuna Mufflers on Barry's Point Road, met whilst Michelle was at Carmel College and Matt was at Westlake Boys' High School. Maid of honour was Ellen Ma, while bridesmaids were Paige Seaton, Imogen Field and Theresa Chapman. Groomsmen were Shane Ruxton, Ryan Ruxton and Rob McInman and the role of Best Man went to Thomas Butt. Also present were Mother and Father-of-the-Groom, Sue and Paul Ruxton as well as Mother and Father-of-the-Bride, Kerryanne Seaton and Paul Willoughby. All the suits for this stunning wedding day were provided by Frank Casey Takapuna. 

High School Sweethearts' Island Idyll 
After having been together for 10 years, Aaron Morrison and Jane Sissons decided to become husband and wife in a stunning beach ceremony in Rarotonga, surrounded by family and close friends. 
Aaron, New Media Specialist at Benefitz, chose high school friend Matt Dixon as Best Man, while Systems Specialist Jane who works for Sovereign Insurance was accompanied by Rochelle Clayton, also a friend from high school, as Maid of Honour. The couple were joined by Mother and Father-of-the-Bride, Sue and John Sissons, and Aaron's parents, Robyne and Stephen Morrison at their Muri Beach Club wedding. 
Jane wore a Grecian-style chiffon dress from Astra Bridal. The newlyweds, who live in Takapuna, chose to honeymoon in Aitutaki. A celebration party was also held on their return to New Zealand at Ponsonby Cruising Club. They are expecting their first child in January. 

by Channel Magazine

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