This gender-neutral wedding ceremony script includes Pagan and Norse traditions, references to Doctor Who, Stranger In A Strange Land, Star Trek, and Tom Robbins, and more. Plus, a hilarious “we doo-doo” instead of “We do”!
We got married at sunset, on Friday the 13th, in our backyard. It was a pagan handfasting ceremony that was heavily influenced by our personal interests. We are both gender non-conforming, so we removed all gendered language/traditions.
David, Jolene, and Stephani had their polyamorous triad wedding in Austin, TX. The three partners have been together for six years, functioning as an open triad. The wedding was a celebration of their ideals, with a very special first look and a carefully designed ceremony…. And lots of butt grabbing!
Choosing a wedding venue can be complicated. Costs, location, size, catering rules… What if you also need to make sure that your venue is polyam-friendly?
hen I set out to marry my boyfriend Tom, I’d already been married for nine years to my husband Dan. This would be Tom’s first wedding, so I didn’t really want to just run off and elope, but he was cool with it, so away we went. I didn’t want a big poofy white dress, since I’d done that previously, and I wanted to be able to enjoy my time with my new guy, so no fuss was my general goal. Here’s how our tiny elopement went down…
“We have a polyamorous family. I have been married to Ben for 11 years, Audree has been married to Allan for 11 years, Allan and I are partners, and Ben and Audree are partners. The four of us live together with our children.” This wedding joined Katie and Audree together, which then bound them all together in love as one family. Let’s give a collective “AW” to this sweet family-focused polyamorous wedding.