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It is often said that every little girl grows up dreaming about her wedding day. Perhaps there is some truth to that. But what if that little girl is a tomboy, or a jock, or a lesbian, or a boy? When we grow up, how do we make our dreams a reality?

As queer folks, we are continually redefining marriage and family. With that comes redefining weddings and style. Imagine your wedding. What would you wear? What did you wear? Where would you shop for it? How do you find the perfect outfit when you don't fit into a tidy little box? Please send me your thoughts and pictures so we can create a resource for all the queer folks out there who don't know what to wear to their weddings. (Send me a message by clicking on the Andrea in the Followers section)

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Queer as Folk

Here are The Lesbians on Queer as Folk at their wedding. It appears to be a somewhat casual affair.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The L Word-Carmen and Shane

Here is Carmen looking lovely and demure with her Mama at her winter wonderland wedding that never happened. What a shame to look so lovely and not get married!

Friday, May 7, 2010

The "Friends" lesbian wedding--"Now I've seen everything!"

Carol and Susan-1996
I love their jaunty Victorian hats worn instead of veils, don't you? The color and style of their outfits were definitely non-traditional.
Candace Gingrich, Newt's lesbian sister, was the officiant. The TV station in Lima, Ohio refused to air this episode because of its objectionable content. They must hate the hats.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Great place to find suits for folks with a lean frame


Ben Sherman is a British clothing company that makes really cute stuff. They have great argyle. Their clothes are cut in a European way that is slimmer than American clothing. Their clothes and suits would be great for men or women who are slender with small hips and narrow shoulders.

Same sex cake toppers

I like the variation in outfits.