If we were going to do the damn thing, it needed to be unique to us and our life and not put us into debt as the first act of our marriage! It was also important to us that despite our straight-passing relationship, our queer identity and the community we have made for ourselves was present in the day.
Looking to have a New York micro wedding? The pandemic made tiny weddings all but mandatory, but there are plenty of happier reasons to keep it small. Witness how Dejuanah and Sam did it right on the 22nd floor!
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…
This sweet Seattle micro-wedding was truly a family affair! Kristin and Kip’s community came together to create a family oriented ceremony. If you need a sign to start planning your at home micro-wedding, this is it!
My high school sweetheart and I had a $500 Wiccan micro-wedding and only invited our immediate family plus a few of our closest friends. It was small and spiritual and honored us both exactly how we wanted.
We had no decor, only the crashing waves and stormy skies. Our friend and officiant started the ceremony with a reading of a poem JRR Tolkien wrote for his wife.