A double rainbow wedding that neither a nor’easter nor corona could stop
It was the week of Jayleen and Kailer’s wedding. Kailer tested positive for COVID, and a nor’easter from Hurricane Ian was dropping record-breaking wind and rainfall on Pennsylvania. Thus, come the morning of their wedding, Jayleen was understandably in tears… but wait until you see how things turned around!
How one neurodivergent couple avoided wedding sensory overload
We decided to split up our wedding into three separate celebrations so that we could soak up all the festivities without sensory overload. As two neurodivergent humans, it was important to feed ourselves with deep nourishment and support on this journey.
A witchy Halloween handfasting next to a cemetery
Our plan was to incorporate our love of the renaissance faire and the witchy aesthetic that we were known for to make a dark fantasy/enchanted forest vibe for our Halloween handfasting.
Colorful queer DIY handfasting & potluck wedding celebration
We had a fall wedding with an outdoor ceremony in Finland. The guests were asked to participate in form of a potluck wedding – I provided the recipes and a friend helped by organizing who brought what.
This horror movie wedding had a Lydia Deetz Gown
When these two first started dating back in 2018, one of the things that they bonded over was their love for horror movies – specifically, ones most people would consider “bad.” So of course they had a horror movie wedding!
Sensory-friendly wedding: how one bride avoided overload
Maybe our can give comfort to the weirdo who feels they fit too many ‘offbeat’ tags; the immigrant who loves a culture that doesn’t always respect them; the ill who can’t handle the sensory toll; the traumatized who struggles to believe that they are loved; the abused who can’t bring themselves to cut a toxic cord…