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We really wanted a casual, foodie, boozy wedding. We wanted good food and for our guests to have a chill but fun time. My dad officiated our wedding which was so incredibly special. Both of our families are super supportive and embraced our not quite traditional queer wedding. My sister in-law hand made our rings for us and we had a ring warming ceremony. Each of the guests passed the rings around and put their hopes and wishes for us into them.

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We wanted the wedding to have vintage/library feel. Our escort cards were library due date cards and the centerpieces were books on the bottom with a lamp on top from IKEA. We came up with the decoration for everything and kept the tables as exposed woods to bring the vintage feel out — the venue sold itself! We placed books on the fireplace mantle and above all, since our wedding was also on Pride Day for NYC, we provided our guests with pride ribbons to wear upon arrival.

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Our wedding dresses were on fire, but that wasn't the most dangerous part

I just had my wedding two weeks ago. It was a pretty standard, boring wedding thing, except for one dangerous thing. Both my wife and I are fire performers and decided to burn our dresses for an amazing shot. Together we worked on and got an amazing photo that could have resulted in major injury or death and still could if done again. Come to find out, it was a dangerous photo, but not because of the fire…

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A same-sex Labyrinth-inspired wedding shoot that moves the stars for no one

The power of voodoo! This Labyrinth wedding inspiration shoot combines the fantasy of a fairyland wedding with the reality of an English Tudor castle backdrop. Florals with glass globes and touches of ultra-violet, a gingerbread maze wedding cake, a modern take on Sarah's fantasy ball gown, styling with owl feathers, clocks, and masks, as well as bubbling custom cocktails inspired by the bog of eternal stench.