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I love it when brides complement their wedding-day looks with each other and still do their own subtle thing. Belinda and Danielle exchanged vows in a gorgeous commitment ceremony in Georgia last April, and they've both got this ethereal glamour going on that just makes my heart jump.

I mean, it's a little formal (though one of them is sneaking around in sparkly silver high-tops underneath! LOVE) with the calla lilies and the tall vases and the romantic candle light everywhere. Everything is white and glass and crystals, even their elegant commitment art is white and lacy.

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These two ladies crafted a truly gorgeous wedding with nature-inspired decor, fairy lights, an amazing handmade ring box, and perfectly matched readings. Don't miss the 93-year-old flower granny, the amazing ceremony venue, the pastel paper flower bouquet, and the lovely memorial tribute.

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Get ready to have your heart burst from the love encapsulated in this singing, dancing, and joyously laughing wedding. The venue is incredibly sweet, the Hawaiian shirt-clad officiant is darling, and the two brides know just how to bring a community together to share their love of each other and song.

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"So, who's the guy in your relationship?" This question (or versions of it) is one of the more common questions posed to lesbian couples and the most frustrating. The reverse is true of male couples. While most people have posed this question with absolutely no malice or agenda, people in same-sex relationships (including myself) can get kind of huffy about it. That is not always helpful, so lets talk about that question.