terça-feira, 12 de julho de 2011

Mais inspirações de casamentos reais

Mais um pouco de casamentos reais para vocês se inspirarem.

Jun and Stephen always wanted to get married in a church but as a same-sex couple they ran into many obstacles. They finally settled on Grace Cathedral where the congregation was open and supportive. The Grace Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys led the cerem... As a tribute to Jun‘s Filipino background, the couple performed the Tinikling (a traditional dance using bamboo sticks) for their first dance. Other Filipino dancers accompanied them as they wowed their guests.

The three-tiered, triangle-shaped wedding cake was frosted with white buttercream dots. The couple‘s monogram and fresh flowers finished the look.

Once the couple had shared their first dance together, guests enjoyed a fireworks display. Christina and Kathleen rented three large tents and arranged them into a U-shape with the dance floor in the middle. White twinkle lights were strung around the interior of each tent and over the dance floor, while red and orange paper lanterns in varying...

Kathleen and Christina exchanged vows that they wrote themselves. After the vows, a guitarist played while guests added a dahlia to one of the poles of the huppah.

Fitting for their beach setting, James wore a three-button, brown and cream, seersucker sports coat with cream-cuffed trousers, while Glenn donned a two-button, windowpane, checked sports coat with brown dress slacks. The grooms’ boutonnieres were simple mini white calla lilies accented with lamb’s tail.

Post by Alê Loureiro

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