On the western side of Santa Rosa, in a little hamlet called Trenton, Raunn & Tim were married.
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Seaside Wedding: Michael & Barry
Michael & Barry were married on August 6, 2016 at Gearhart Beach, Oregon. Who proposed to whom? I Proposed to Barry How did you get engaged? We went on a 4 day cruise through the San Juan Islands with friends for Barry’s birthday and in the sculpture garden in Roche Harbor, on San Juan Island, the […]
Santa Margarita Ranch Wedding: Alexis & Lisa
Alexis and Lisa were married on February 20, 2016 at Santa Margarita Ranch in Santa Margarita, California.
Joshua Tree Wedding: Jeremy & John
After 9 months of falling in love, new experiences, meeting friends and family, and planning the names of their future children, Jeremy asked John to marry him.
“I can’t for the life of me remember the exact way it was used but I remember hearing those two words ‘Uncle David’. I still get goose bumps every time I think of it.”
Two Dad’s? No Problem
While a very great distance separates the form’s lazy and parochial typeset from Mississippi’s new law, a gateway to learned hate and discriminatory behavior is right there on the page, and I could not ignore it.
Yes, we had an ‘engagement’ photo session.
Since we started talking about getting a photographer for the wedding it has felt a little nerve-wracking. I was not comfortable of the idea of being in front of, or followed by, a camera.
Mark proposes to Yuval in the sweetest possible way.
What do you do in NYC on a beautiful day? you propose with a flashmob. Watch Yuval and the surprise look on his face. ADORABLE! Congratulations guys.
Surprise Wedding in Hawaii for Gay Military Vets
How do you surprise a couple with the Hawaii wedding of their dreams in less than 10 hours? All they had to do was #LetHawaiiHappen. Christian Alarid, 24, and Shayne Barnes, 27, went to Hawaii thinking they were taking part in a photoshoot for a marketing campaign. Hawaii’s Visitors and Conventions Bureau (HCVB)contacted the couple […]
Connect, Don’t Inform — Writing Your Own Wedding Vows
The words you choose will never be perfect, and this is not the point.
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