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These wedding invitations are SO GAY (and we love them!)

Sure, you can always customize a pretty wedding invitation with your names, but sometimes you want it to look like a gay wedding invitation, right? Maybe it would be nice to have a custom illustration or some rainbow details? That's where these LGBTQ and gay wedding invitations and stationery come in. From two penguins (in penguin suits, natch!) to watercolor rainbows to Simpsons-style custom portraits, here are some LGBTQ-themed invites and stationery you'll love…

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A queer femme/transfeminine interfaith feminist celeGAYtion

It was important to both of us to represent both of our faith traditions, and to incorporate our vibrant, polyamorous, queer, trans communities as much as possible. My partner is a bearded, genderqueer, transfeminine person, and it was really important to us to be visible and proud about our relationship because so many people think that people like us can't (or don't deserve) to find love and happiness. Caleb rocked a gorgeous wine-colored wedding dress, while I went with a more traditional white gown, and we did our damndest to show the world that love like this will not be hidden.

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Woodland creatures, wings, and magic abound at this faery-themed wedding

Amber and Red had a faery-themed wedding which allowed everyone to dress as woodland creatures or costumes of their choosing. It turned a normal wedding day into something truly magical.

Amber and Red met years ago through friends in San Luis Obispo, CA. Although they have now moved to the Pacific Northwest, San Luis Obispo is still one of their favorite places. They held the wedding there to honor it and share their love of the town. You'll want to see the colors, glitter, and magic of this amazing wedding in California…

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A destination elopement with Voodoo Doughnuts and Red Rocks

Jasmine and Christy flew out to Denver, CO from Ohio for their destination elopement due to their shared love for the Red Rocks area. Their day was filled with many personal touches icluding the colors tangerine and pink. Their limo was bright pink, as were Jasmine's shoes. Christy had tangerine shoes as well as pops of tangerine in her bouquet. After their courthouse ceremony, they stopped at Voodoo Doughnuts in Denver for some treats. Their shop is located along Colfax, which was celebrating Pride Week from the festivities the weekend before.