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Tales from a tuxedo shop: The 5 things you should know about tuxedo rental and fittings

You have decided you want the guys or gals all done up in tuxedos. Yay! That’s awesome. However, you might be not sure where to start. I am the store manager at a family owned tuxedo rental shop in Indiana, and I love my job. I will be the first to say you do not need to rent tuxes if you don’t want to, but today I am going to go over what you should know if you do…

This “gride” and “broom” were married by a drag queen clown nun from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

Nicole and Melissa’s Washington wedding at Nature’s Connection Place is one for the books! For starters, they crafted “gride” and “broom” signs for their chairs and were wed by a bearded be-glittered member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who officiated while rocking a massive rainbow sequined headdress. There were hints of purple in everything from the couple’s matching boutonnieres to the violets cascading down the side of their wedding cake.

Sarah & Mat’s offbeat lite Unitarian art museum wedding

We must tease this… it can’t be helped. Boob body shots with wine. Oh, and there’s also awesome pop culture table names, sweet little vows, the groom’s daring and snazzy white tux, and a fabulous art museum backdrop. Plus, you’ll want to know how this couple utilized their “music bouncers” to get the job done.

Nicole and Katie’s romantic, multicultural, garden wedding

Many thanks to Maureen of dreamy Public Market kissing photo fame for alerting us to the amazingness of Nicole and Katie’s wedding. I got in touch with Nicole who gave me some glorious porn to tide you over until they submit their wedding profile.

Carolyn & Pete’s burlesque wedding and zombie boat ride

Carolyn & Pete wanted their wedding to be intimate, personal and non traditional so they choose to get married out on the water. They chose to have their wedding on a night with a full moon so they could have gorgeous views of the bay. And let me tell ya, gorgeous views were seen!

Jenny & Evan’s wedding feast of love

Jenny & Evan loved the wedding crane tradition. The tradition is for the bride or couple or guests to fold 1000 paper cranes–if accomplished, they are able to wish for a thousand years of happiness together. So Jenny & Evan did just that, and then they used the cranes as decorations during their wedding!