A marriage is a major life decision bound by a solemn vow. But a wedding offers a chance to truly celebrate the couple’s union with plenty of room for creative expression. Every couple deserves their dream wedding regardless of gender, gender expression, orientation, and relationship structure. LGBTQ weddings offer a chance to honor the triumph of love over fear and misunderstanding, and a chance to demonstrate to the world than love is love.
While brainstorming ideas for LGBTQ weddings, you should remember first and foremost to make it about you and your partner. It’s easy to get hung up on wedding traditions that don’t apply to a gay couple. But that does not mean you should limit yourself or what you want. There are plenty of ways you can make traditions your own. Popular choices include rainbow wedding cakes, Mr. and Mr. or Mrs. And Mrs. Cookies, and of course, flying the pride flag. However, couples should also know that they can find queer ordained officiants for their wedding and plenty of unique ideas across the internet.
But where should you have your special LGBTQ day? North Shore Weddings are more popular than ever, as the area is known for its natural beauty, things to do and see, and uniquely charming wedding venues. LGBTQ weddings near Boston are particularly appealing, as this historic, 420-friendly city has a fun side including a venerable food scene and eclectic nightlife.
Tupper Manor offers a truly magical setting that’s as special as your love. A stunning fountain beckons you and your guests to the elegant manor, with a spectacular oceanic backdrop teeming with photo opportunities. If you want to dance in a real ballroom or steal away to romantic private beaches, Tupper Manor promises the wedding of your dreams.