November is National Adoption Awareness Month — let’s celebrate! David and I opened Taylor Street to promote diversity and inclusiveness; to inspire modern couples and non-traditional families to celebrate with their friends and family. For us and many others – gay and straight – adoption is how our family started. But you don’t have to be part of an adopted … Read More »
Isn’t that what a wedding is all about — connecting with the people you’ve invited? Why use language that is safe, familiar or politically correct but quickly forgotten by both you and your guests?
Here’s what David & Derek say. This moment is, maybe more than any other moment of the day, intimate and heartfelt — there just happen to … Read More »
Guess what – our attention span isn’t what it used to be. For those who measure these kinds of things, the average person’s initial focus has dropped to a bit over 8 seconds from 12 seconds just 10 years earlier. That means you have about as much time as it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” to give your audience a … Read More »
Oct. 11, 2015 marks the 27th anniversary of National Coming Out Day.
One of every two Americans has someone close to them who is gay or lesbian. For transgender people, that number is one in ten.
Coming out — whether as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or as an ally of a friend or family member — is one of … Read More »
Tips For Taking It All In On Your Wedding Day desc
There are some really great tips here to help keep you organized and set realistic expectations. Keep calm, Meditate and most of all have fun. It’s your wedding day after all. It’s all about you and the love … Read More »
I googled “questions to ask a DJ” and up popped a free ebook with the anxiety provoking title of Don’t Hire That DJ, by the owners of MyDeeJay, Inc. And though I really had thought the hard decisions were over now that we had a the date, venue, guest list and caterer, my curiosity kicked in.
After … Read More »
Derek and I have been partners for almost 10 years. Our ten year mark is somewhere hidden within the 2016 year so we thought it might be cool to celebrate our 10 years with our wedding date. We’ve never quite pinned down the exact date because we can’t find “THE” date that made sense to celebrate. Gays have had to … Read More »
Dear Ms. Davis,
I am sorry you have decided to not perform your job with the state of Kentucky and postponed the celebrations of a number of your residents. I understand you are to process marriage license requests, issuing these to applicants from your state, not first determine who is worthy of being granted a license based on personal views. … Read More »
Some of my friends are already bouncing grandchildren on their knees. Looking ahead, they’ll be living a quiet retirement while I’ll be helping my younger son move into his college dorm room. And currently, I’m planning a wedding while juggling the demands of growing a new business and co-parenting a 10 year old. I wouldn’t trade my … Read More »