This gay wedding at a children's museum wins the internet today #Wedding Porn#circus#DIY#first look#gay#LGBTQ#mohawk#museum#pennsylvania#philadelphia#photo booth September 27 2012 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Daniel and Sauce were the first LGBTQ wedding at the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia. And let me tell you, their adorableness combined with that epic venue means this wedding will not disappoint. I had a perma-smile the entire time I looked at these photos. Daniel and Sauce are magnetic with their obvious love, match-y glasses, bow ties, and suspenders, and infectious laughter. I'm jealous of photographers BG Productions for getting a first-hand view of these shenanigans. Between the carousel, photo booth-style cutouts, backdrops, and toys at the museum, I'm sure there was never a moment that didn't need photographic proof. There's even a fantastic video to start you off: Related Post Amanda & Kaleb's tattooed lakeside wedding A wedding planning bride, heartfelt vows, a gorgeous lakeside ceremony, and a dessert buffet that will make you hungry: this wedding is a feast for... Read more Sweet little invites from Michael's (and printed at home!) These Philly skyline love brooches were made by Etsy seller Curiouscatfish. The floral suspenders and bow ties were from Etsy seller Zebraduck. The bird cake topper was from Etsy seller Sweetshelbys, and the cake stand was crafted by Sauce's dad with a vintage cake plate, candlestick, and epoxy. You can check a even more photos over at BG Productions' blog post. OH and you get even more cute shots from their engagement session here. You know you want to see more. The awesome vendors: Photography and videography: BG Productions Event planner: cHill weddings Floral designer: Papertini Reception venue: The Please Touch Museum Cake designer: Van Earl's Cakes DJ: Roots & Groove Sauce's wedding gift/watch: Kenneth Cole Reaction This post features Offbeat Vendors! Check out their vendor listing to see how they cater to Offbeat Brides: BG Productions Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride's Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS How to make cheap, awesome, and easy custom shoes for any occasion NEXT Bold, colorful, and funky tights for brave brides Show/Hide comments [ 49 ] OMFG! I want to live at this wedding! Reply I just died from the cute! Sweetest thing EVAR. Reply Adorable <3 Reply OMG CUTEST WEDDING EVER! I love how sweet the couple looks together, the way they look at each other… It's so adorable. LOVE (why didn't I think of a childrens museum? that rocks!) Reply SO MUCH AWESOME *mindblown with cuteness! So much love! Reply Just made me smile. Have a wonderful life together!! Reply I would love to be a guest at a wedding this fun! Reply Omigosh! Ya know how a little kid sometimes acts when they see a commercial for a silly new toy? How they're bouncing with excitement and declaring "Mommy! I NEED that!!!"… that's kinda how I feel looking at these pictures. This absolutely stinks of super fun fantastic time! Reply I can't even handle how amazing this is right now. I need to go dance. Reply Does anyone know the name of the song in the video? I want to download it so whenever I listen to it I will see gorgeous pastel-colored wedding images in my head… O_o Reply YES! What is that song?! Reply "Tell Me a Tale" by Michael Kiwanuka. Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTa28a8QKo4 Reply LOVElovelove the Please Touch Museum – what a great venue for a wedding! Reply So much smoochy love and ear-to-ear grinning, and the dancing! And the adorable details! Funnest wedding ever! Reply SQUEEEL!!! Too much cuteness!!! Congrats! Reply Everything about this wedding is great. The smiles, the decor, the food, the laughing friends, everything. I love that there is not one picture where someone isn't laughing or at least smiling. I feel the love through these pictures. I hope they have an amazing life together. Reply OMG!!!! thank you SOOOO much for featuring this wedding! It was by far one of our ALL time FAVS!!! Their love really is so sweet. I had tears in my eyes while capturing the whole ceremony. They are such a special pair!! My husband and our main videographer did an awesome job with their teaser film too- the song is called Tell me a Tale by Michael Kiwanuka I love seeing everyones comments!! Thanks cat Reply Won't it be wonderful when we can say simply "this wedding at a children's museum wins the internet today" (because it DOES!) because the "gay" part is irrelevant? Looking forward to that day! Reply We've actually addressed this issue several times in the past. Here's the most relevant post. I know that labels can be a challenging topic for us non-traditional types. Some of us feel comfortable tossing around labels for ourselves, but bristle when other people apply them to us. I think some of this sensitivity gets projected a bit — even when Offbeat Bride allows people describe themselves, there's concern that somehow we're prescribing labels onto them. Read more. Reply Ariel, I wasn't trying to be critical at all. I get it about the use of labels to help searches and all that. I was more thinking along the lines of this quote: "It's very dear to me, the issue of gay marriage. Or as I like to call it: 'marriage.' You know, because I had lunch this afternoon, not gay lunch. I parked my car; I didn't gay park it." – Liz Feldman It's certainly true that two men or women getting hitched is more novel than the one man/one woman variety, and I'll admit that the words "gay marriage" did grab my eyeballs because it's not something you see every day. I'm just looking forward to the day when gay marriage isn't a novelty and IS something you see every day. 🙂 Sorry if I came across as judgy about the terminology – I wasn't trying to be. Reply I'm just looking forward to the day when gay marriage isn't a novelty and IS something you see every day. I totally understand what you're saying and share your hopes for marriage equality, but the issue for me is that we're not using "gay" for novelty value in the title. It's not used for novelty any more than "children's museum" is. Sometimes words are just descriptors, and when it comes to headlines, descriptors are useful. Reply I had gay lunch. Reply YOU WIN. If it helps, I definitely knew what you meant… I jokingly called it our big queer pirate wedding, and now it's our pirate wedding because it occurred to me where I was putting the emphasis… and when you give people the option to ask about 'queer' or 'pirate' I'd much rather talk about the 80 year old vessel that's been on the amazing race show! Reply I love this all so much, you can really feel the playfulness this couple has, except the first pic I was like "OH GOD THE ARCHITECTURE HAS GONE TERRIBLY WRONG!" I felt like it was that scene in the simpsons where the town tries to build Flander's a new house after the hurricane.. Alice in Wonderland is amazing. I'm so happy that you got to have such a great day in such a great venue! Reply I LOVE this wedding. Everything from the boutineers to the table assignments are just outright ADORABLE! These two should become wedding planners!! Reply thanks for the vendor badge shout out! we LOVE being part of the Offbeat Family!!! Reply This is the most adorably amazing wedding ever! You can just feel love radiating through the pictures. <3 Reply That is so sweet my dentist is going to have a panic attack the next time she ses me. Reply OMG this wedding is AWESOME. AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME. Reply Wow this is so cute/amasing/deliciously crazy! Those guys look so sweet 🙂 Reply I need to lay down everything here is so cute. Reply I love their love – this wedding is wonderful. <3 Reply Gah! Those tea party pictures! So perfect! Reply Wow. Everything about this is epic! And the grooms are so adorable. I kind of want to move into this museum… Reply The details that went into this wedding are phenomenal! Much love to these men and their families! Reply This wedding was just AMAZING! I love everything about it from the floral suspenders to the OMG dancing in front of a freaking carousel!!! Thank you so much for sharing this. The laughter and smiles in the pictures warmed my heart and I hope my wedding is half as awesome-sauce as this! Reply Aaaaaagggghhhh these pictures totally made me cry with joy. That picture of the grooms kissing on the carousel…I lost it! Just too wonderful! So much love, so much happiness, so much sweetness, so genuine…huge congrats to the handsome couple! You did it!!! (still sniffling…It's possible I'm at my looking-at-wedding-pics cutoff, being a mere 2 weeks away from my own) Reply Their invitations look like mine… Waaaah. Reply Wow, I really almost teared up looking that these photos! I wish all the best for this couple who are so clearly in love!! I do have one question. The photo frames where they had the table names and pictures in, WHERE CAN I FIND THOSE?? I have seem them all over pinterest and elsewhere but I can't seem to find anywhere to buy them! Someone help! I want to steal all of the ideas from this wonderful wedding! 🙂 Reply You'll be happy to hear those white table number frames are like 99 cents at any Ikea! (That's why everyone, including me, uses em for their wedding). Not everyone is as lucky as us Philly peeps to have 2 Ikeas, so you can probably also find them used on eBay if there's no store near you. Reply Lara you are amazing and just made my day!! My fiance is looking at me like I am crazy because I am cheering and dancing around. Thanks sooooo much! Michelle Reply What an adorable, whimsical wedding! You can tell they had a blast! Reply Wow – what a cute couple and a fab venue. That paella presentation is something else. Reply I have fallen in love with the postcard guest book! Can you tell me, did they find a stamp or font, or printed out that cute little poem on the postcard on the table? Reply This is absolutely perfect! I love all of the colors. Such a colorful feast for the eyes and that love that is shared in EVERY picture is beautiful. I love your cake! I love the simplicity but it's also very unique. We also got to ride a carousel on our wedding day! We share that and it's such an awesome moment!! Congrats! <3 <3 xoxox Reply I know this is old, but I just found it, and WOW. Such a great wedding, a great venue, and a cute couple. Reply this is STILL one of my fav weddings we shot EVER!! Reply For some reason or another, I can't see all of this content, the text keeps hiding? Are you utilizing something crazy? Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. 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