Topics :: weddings
Are you looking to tie the knot and head west to do so? Visit Seattle will launch a wedding sweepstakes, beginning July 1, that will include participation from some of the city's most iconic destinations for four lucky couples.
Wedding planner, culinary concierge and newlywed, Lexi Stolz juggles it all as the founder of the newly launched South Fork And Spoon.
Who pays for a wedding when two grooms are involved? Who walks whom down the aisle? While same-sex weddings are more prevalent than ever, two grooms navigating the wedding planning process might need some extra help.
Several jewelry design firms have long served the LGBT community regardless of the law, carving the hopes and dreams of a population in gold and diamonds. Here are five that have come out of the closet to say so.
Gay weddings made up 17 percent of marriages in Washington this past year, the first year gay marriages were legal in the state.
Vietnam’s government is now allowing same-sex couples to hold wedding ceremonies, giving them the right to live together. Gay marriage, however, remains illegal.
A bi-national same-sex couple has been sharply criticized by media website Gawker after the men set up a gofundme page (similar to a Kickstarter) asking people to pay for of the men’s parent’s tickets to their wedding ceremony in South Africa next year.
A Texas newspaper refused to print the wedding announcement of a lesbian couple. They say that same-sex weddings are not recognized by the state. The couple says it’s discrimination.
(Gay) wedding bells are ringing in Seattle, as Washington State joined the ranks of legalized gay marriage in the U.S. this fall. A visit to this coastal city reveals why it’s such a charmer for visitors and locals alike.
Married and Counting’s Stephen Mosher shares his thoughts on an adventure about love, commitment and the universal right to marry.