Hawke’s Bay Celebrant
Are you planning a special occasion? Whether you’re celebrating a union, a birth, or a life: this is your opportunity to mark a special moment and it’s important to get it right.
I’m a Hawke’s Bay-based celebrant with many years of professional experience in customer service and support. I’m good at what I do because I listen carefully and take time to understand what my clients want.
Validated Member of Celebrants Association of New Zealand Inc.
When you choose Sheryl Alexander
My aim is to make it a pleasure to include me in your ceremony.
- Friendly and easy to communicate with
- A bound copy of ceremony
- Organised and professional
- Ceremonies are personalised to your needs
- Member of Celebrant’s Association of New Zealand.
- Services Hastings, Napier and Havelock North.
- Available further by request.
- Available for a range of different ceremony types
- Benefit from 20+ years experience in customer service
- Portable PA system available
- I can dress to your dress code
We can attest that Sheryl has proved to be a loyal and trustworthy member of Nimon and Sons team since 1995. She is a hard-working person who gives 100% to every task. She can be trusted to perform at her best in whatever challenges arise, and we have no doubt that she would make an effective Celebrant, using her life's experiences to help people feel at ease in times of stress.
— Peter J. Patterson, ANZIM
Sheryl is a good caring person who will conscientiously perform all duties required of her. Her attention to detail is second to none, as is her time keeping. Sheryl's outgoing personality and caring considerate ways would endear her to many people of all walks of life.
— Jan Barlett
Sheryl has a strong local connection to the Napier community and is very well known to both young and old. Sheryl's public speaking ability on many occasions and at all times have been impressed with her ability to be able to articulate well. Sheryl has an ability to listen and understand people; she is sensitive to the needs of others, non-judgemental and accepting of all races and creeds.
— Jillian Frizzel, Hastings Girls’ High School