Tim and Scott. OUR FIRST GAY WEDDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What?  WHY?  Why has it taken all our ‘mos so long to hire us?  Ben is kinda gay and I have a parade of naked chicks come to my apartment to be photographed.  Isn’t this enough?!?!!?

Anyway, no matter how long it’s taken us to get here rest assured it. is. here: Tim and Scott’s wedding last month in Connecticut at gorgeous  Lord Thompson Manor.   This wedding was RIDICULOUS!!!  The staff at Lord Thompson Manor (the owner extraordinaire) takes this place to another level with their attention to detail and love of weddings.  Some of my favorites: pashminas draped on the back of every female guest’s chair,  a huge wooden airplane with Tim and Scott’s wedding date on it because they wanted an airplane theme (Scott proposed in sky writing over Florida.  normal.), gorgeous wooden crates of colorful fruit, a menu to blow your mind, a candy bar that would make Willy Wonka green with envy, and a table for two set up under a tree complete with chandeliers hanging off low lying branches.  Stop it, right?

Our favorite Rabbi officiated the ceremony (Lev Baesh), the weather was perrrrfect, Tim’s mom sung at the ceremony, a bunch of their family members gave the seven blessings.  Tim and his a cappella group surprised Scott with a beautiful rendition of Stand By Me,  and they surprised everyone with performance by Cirque De Soleil strong man dudes.   How gay is THAT?!? F*cking fantastic.   This was seriously such a ridiculously nice wedding it was unbelievable.

Tim and Scott, you two deserve each other in the very best way.  You are a match made in heaven:  kind, smart, fun, hilarious, generous, and gorgeous.  I hope your lives continue to be full of the adventure, friendship, and happiness you have cultivated and are surrounded by now.  We thank you so deeply for trusting us with documenting your day.  It was nothing short of an absolute honor to be there for all of you.

Thank you. Enjoy. Love.


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July 24, 2012 - 9:22 am

Jennell Kvistad - My mom and I have tears streaming down our faces and four-year-old Sam is singing a song he just made up called “A Man Can Marry a Man.”

August 1, 2012 - 7:37 am

erin - holy crap! what a party!

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