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Planning A Wedding As A Gay Couple

A couple of weeks ago we ran a competition on our Instagram and we were struck by one comment in particular that said ‘As a gay man planning a wedding, I often feel excluded from the community but your page really tries to include and I love that’. That was written by Will Farmer and he’s here today to talk to you about planning his wedding to Fiancé Tom during lockdown.

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Trinity Buoy Wharf Same-Sex Industrial Wedding with Green Suit

BUDGET £30-35K

A couple of dapper grooms saying their vows in front of the London city skyline at Trinity Buoy Wharf and a twinkly fairy light backdrop. The couple decided to do two ceremonies, one for close friends and family first, followed by a larger one conducted by their friends with navy bridesmaids and page boys and very entertaining wedding speeches. The personalised ceremonies were followed by a delicious dinner of sharing platters and formal mains with guests also enjoying a slice of the quirky cake! The grooms both looked incredibly handsome in their wedding outfits with a green kilt and bowtie for Alex and a smart check suit for Tom!

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Navy Tuxedo for Wedding at Contemporary Industrial Warehouse in Italy

BUDGET £35-40K

A contemporary, flower-less wedding with two grooms looking extremely dapper both wearing a navy tuxedo for wedding at super cool industrial warehouse. With one groom an architect and the other a designer, there was no doubt this wedding would be sophisticated and stylish. Clean lines, modern decor and meticulous attention to detail with tropical leaves taking centre stage during the chic wedding breakfast in the old textile factory venue in Italy. The clean lines and minimalistic approach were carried through onto the wedding stationery and invitations and seating chart that incorporated the industrial feel with metal numbers and dark wood. A memorable day not just for the couple but for the guests as well who were in awe of the stylish day!

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Gay Weddings – Let’s Hear It For The Boys

Continuing our celebration of Pride month on RMW we’ve rounded up all the fabulous Gay weddings we’ve featured. (And, if you didn’t see them on Saturday we also shared a roundup of all our Lesbian weddings.) As we stated yesterday, weddings are all about people coming together in love and friendship and being proud of who you are and who you love. These stylish grooms not only don killer suits and colourful blazers but also nail all the wedding decor and details. From pared-back minimalist weddings to super-luxe Christmas celebrations, there is definitely a wedding style for everyone.

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Same Sex Wedding Advice From RMW Real Couples

If you’re having a wedding with two brides or two grooms, often the aisle is the biggest cause of stress – do you both walk down? Does neither of you walk down? Who walks you down? What about your outfits?! Do you go matchy-matchy or do you coordinate…?

Worry not! Because luckily for you the RMW readers are a wise bunch. We’ve rounded up the best pieces of advice on having a same sex wedding from our real couples. They have covered all the things you need to consider and all the things you really don’t need to worry about. Read this and also listening to this episode of our podcast and we promise that your mind will be put at ease.

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Lesbian Weddings – Here Come The Girls

We thought it was high time RMW joined in Pride Month and reminded you of some of the incredible Lesbian weddings we’ve featured. (Don’t worry we’ll be sharing our Gay couples tomorrow.) Because, weddings are all about people coming together in love and friendship, and being proud of who you are and who you love. Plus, just like the saying #loveislove, #inspirationisinspiration, and well, there is certainly an abundance of it here. Hello, double helping of wedding dresses and brides in killer suits!

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Intimate Same-Sex Wedding at The Roost Dalston

BUDGET £20 – 25K

Happiness radiates throughout Tony and Robs vintage styled gay wedding at The Roost Dalston. The couple both live in Australia and so had to plan the majority of their day remotely, top of their list was picking a very distinctive and eclectic venue which they definitely succeeded in, creating style and colour from the props and artwork to inspire the decor perfectly. Both of their smiles are infectious and both grooms looked extremely dapper in their M.J.Bale suits. Their intention for the day was to be as informal and intimate as possible, enjoying every moment with their closest friends and family who, for some, were meeting for the first time producing a real mix of tears and laughter throughout, I’m sure you will also be smiling your way through this same-sex celebration.

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Watters Wedding Dress for Intimate Same-Sex Wedding in Ireland

BUDGET £17.5-20K

We are spoiling you this morning with not one, but two beautiful brides both wearing a Watters wedding dress. The intimate celebration was held at the picturesque Ballymagarvey Village in Ireland where their 52 guests were treated to an elegant ceremony followed by a romantic fairy light dinner. Garden games and a selfie mirror were on hand to entertain the close family and friends who had traveled from all over the world to help this glamorous couple celebrate their big day. It was the first time the bride’s families had met each other and it seems they definitely got on like a house on fire and made sure the dancefloor was never empty!

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Gay Wedding at Healey Barn Northumberland with Two Grooms

BUDGET £25 – 27.5K

Happiness radiates throughout Andy and Andrews rustic gay wedding. Their smiles are infections, their green and white colour scheme luscious and their matching check suits fabulous. They decorate Northumberland wedding venue, Healey Barn with some pretty amazing centrepieces and flowers too. Including thistles to pay tribute to Andrew’s mum Scottish heritage and retro postcards to remind them of places, they’ve travelled to. If you aren’t smiling your way through this same-sex celebration, I’ll be surprised.

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