Grooms in veils and a solo by The Mama Tits: just another gay Seattle wedding

Updated May 21 2019
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Photos by Stephanie Kaloi Photography

After a decade-long partnership, Jeremy and Eric were finally married last June — on the very day that the state of Washington converted most state-registered domestic partnerships into legally recognized marriages! The couple said their vows on their own back porch in front of a few close loved ones. Damn, everything looks perfect. The colors, the smiles, the view, the weather — it all looks lovely and intimate and romantic and everything a wedding should be between two people who've been together so long.

I'm not saying that the reception had a different vibe, but y'all need to scroll down to those photos too.

Famed Seattle drag queen The Mama Tits performed — AFTER Jeremy and Eric strolled down to their reception with bouquets, veils, and tiaras that said "Queen." Gotta hand it to you, fellas. You know how to throw a party.


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Vendors

Cake: Columbia City Bakery • Catering: City Catering • Ceremony rentals: Pedersen's • DJ: Magnolia Rhapsody • Entertainment: The Mama Tits and choreographer Wade Madsen • Event planner: Shindig Events • Floral: Megan Mary Olander • Officiant: Mary Calhoun • Photo booth: 321 Foto • Photographer: Stephanie Kaloi • Venue: Melrose Market Studios • Vintage rentals: Vintage Ambiance

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  1. This is just so f*cking beautiful. I teared up with all the love of this wedding. I only hope my wedding is this full of joy! 😀

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