my gay wedding

my gay wedding
we did not call it our wedding. it was our 10 Year Anniversary Party, dammit! but our hilarious friends took great pleasure by calling it our “wedding”, and still refer to it as such 8 years later.


so our gay wedding went like this…
picnic Luau, over 120 people, old stone hunting lodge in Westchester (with 100 private acres, and a pond), friends and family flying in from all over the country, festive Hawaiian fashions, badminton, swimming, drinking, feasting, champagne toasts, uncle Nick driving in with his homemade rotisserie from Michigan and slow smoking 24 whole chickens, friends who formed our “wedding band” playing everything from Let’s Stay Together to Magnet and Steel, a beautiful “wedding cake” with a layer made with pot that both our Mother’s tried (knowingly!), mushrooms, bonfire, karaoke, fireworks, ‘smores, more feasting, sunrise.


also, at the party, we both got OM tattoos over our heart. our own version of the wedding ring exchange, symbolism thing. we held hands as both tattoos were done at the same time (by 2 of our good friends Andrea and Michelle.) and we’re planning on somehow topping this for our 20th anniversary in 2006! (political side-note: after 18 years together, and paying buckets of taxes, can we get some rights here)


ending this on a tattoo note, Andrea and Michelle both have their own tattoo shops (lets hear it for the grrlz!) and their websites are gorgeous! check the incredibly rich and detailed tattoo photos (and excellent website design) at Michelle’s site for Dare Devil Tattoo, and the beautiful photos and cool information on tattoos at the site for Andrea’s Lone Wolf Tattoo

(poor quality of pics due to “ghetto scanning” = taking digital pics of old analog photos)

Posted on October 4th, 2004 in Tattoos are Personal | Permalink