This worldly couple manages to elegantly combine traditions from Buddhist, Jewish, Filipino, Catholic, and Chinese into one heckuva wedding. And you don’t want to miss the a-dor-able video of Juno surprising Noah with a choreographed dance number!
Our wedding is an all-day affair, carnival-style, ending in a sunset ceremony with a late night afterparty reception. We decided that this required at least three changes of clothes. But… we have a little gender problem.
“I’m helping my gay friend get married to the man of his dreams. He doesn’t want to go with a typical wedding tuxedo, but they definitely want some femininity in their wedding. Help?”
Heather & Kristopher ran into a lot of roadblocks while planing their wedding: including medical issues, a late officiant, a photographer who cancelled three days before, and a best man who couldn’t make it. Yet that didn’t stop them from having a fun backyard barbecue wedding and at the end of the day all that mattered was that they were married!
I recently did a Q&A about my book with Lavender Magazine, Minnesota’s gay and lesbian glossy. I rambled about transgender weddings, lesbian weddings, and het weddings alike … you can read the full interview here, but here’s a little quote: What would you tell a couple who want to be nontraditional, but is kind of […]
Jack is transgender, and the way we decided to tell our family is by having our officiant pronounce us “Husband and Wife” and use all male pronouns throughout the ceremony.