Post # 32
I’m a rabid wedding bee reader, an avid wedding blog stalker, and one bride in a two-bride wedding!
I’ve only just started my adventures in blogging, but I’m having a blast. I hope you’ll follow along as we plan our awesome LA wedding!
Post # 33
@tallulah those bird cupcakes on your blog are super super cute!
Post # 34
@tallulah “one bride in a two bride wedding” – I love that!
Post # 35
I just wanted to bump for a little LBGTQ love.
Post # 36
I know I’m a little Late. But meeeeeeee. I’m getting married in 5 weeks in D.C!!!! It’s such a big moment for all same sex couples. My blog is http://simplycomplicated.org
Post # 37
CapitolBride, I’m so jealous! We got married last October, and DC wasn’t yet an option, so we had to trek all the way to Massachusetts. I’m glad to see a local option.
Post # 38
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heritage Square Museum
@Capitol.Bride: Only 5 more weeks- so exciting! Congrats! And i love your blog. 🙂
Post # 39
We are 2 brides, getting married this August. Here’s our blog: vanessalovesmaria.blogspot.com
There’s not much going on there since we are so busy with the wedding and all. We are a DIY bride, pretty much have done everything 😀
Post # 40
Hi! I’m a female getting married to my female partner. I’m super excited about our future together and our wedding plans! One good or bad thing, depending on how you look at it, is wearing an engagement ring and wanting to talk about wedding plans is edging me out of the closet in my conservative work environment. I get the, “When did you get engaged? What’s your boyfriend’s name?” or “What does he do?” And then there’s the awkward moment when I reveal the female pronoun. There’s the look of shock and several people have asked me to repeat myself. Is being engaged forcing any other closeted people out? (Note: My family and friends have known for over a decade. I just decided to have “if you don’t ask, I won’t tell, but I won’t lie” policy at work).
Post # 41
I’ve had a bit of that. I’ve pretty open with everyone for a while. However, before our engagement, if I talked about my “girlfriend,” some people heard it as just female friend. If I talked about my “partner,” some people heard it as boyfriend. Referring to my “wife” doesn’t leave a lot of room for ambiguity.
In general, I think this is a positive thing. People generally mention their spouses casually, even in professional settings. When I can refer to NotFroofy as my wife, it emphasizes my commonality with them, rather than the differences. And that in turn helps make LGBTQ people in general less scary to straight people.
Post # 42
Wow almost a year since our wedding and I thought I’d share you our wedding pics.
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If you need wedding photographer, contact Bella Pictures, they did mine.
Post # 43
Hi, I’m marrying my partner of 2 1/2 years in October (gosh that is coming up quick!) I keep checking back here hoping to see a few more same sex couples getting hitched, perhaps we all just need to speak up more? maybe I will move to placing all my posts here rather than under the other subject headings?
I don’t blog, though I keep thinking I should. I am so wedding obsessed at the moment that I can’t seem to focus on anything else, I think if I ask my lovely wife to be to look at one more… centrepiece/lantern/tablecloth/music list/ etc etc she may divorce me before we get there hehehehe. I am clearly more into the details than she is but she is more excited now that I am picking out the booze and we have to try wine!
Post # 44
Im here! Me and my wifey will be married March 2, 2012. We have been together for 7 years and own a home together. Im glad there are other rainbow brides out there 🙂
My blog which i am just starting ( only a few posts ) will be fully funtioning by the middle of the month. My dam digital camera broke so i need to get a new camera so i can start updating my blog with all the wedding stuff i am doing.
Cant wait to follow you all 🙂
Post # 45
@FaceReality: DATE TWINS!! I am so happy to find another lesbian couple getting hitched on the same day. We are doing the ceremony in Colorado, but offically doing it in Iowa since SoDak sucks!
I will have to start following your blg. Good luck with planning!
Post # 46
I’m a female marrying my partner in September in MA. We are really excited but also really nervous. Can’t wait until the big day!!