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Have You Ever Been To A Gay Wedding?
 
# 16 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 18:19
 
 
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Different, very different. Had a small few family & friends at the registry office, then back to the house for sandwiches and crap, then went to a pub/club for a dance.

Worst...gay..wedding..eva...
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# 17 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 18:25
 
 
That sounds pretty boring the way you describe it. But maybe it was actually epic, with the right people the simplest things can be awesome!
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# 18 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 18:34
 
 
It was memorable.
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# 19 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 21:50
 
 
It most certainly was. I was very happy to have been invited to it
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# 20 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 21:57
 
 
well the wedding i was at was brillient... better than a straight wedding...
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# 21 : Monday 9-11-2015 @ 23:31
 
 
Yes I was at a gay wedding in Maryland, USA last year. Interestingly (and to my surprise) it was a religious ceremony conducted by a minister of the Episcopalian church (American Anglicans). It was a lavish affair in a rustic retreat in the Catoctin Mountains. There was a string quartet playing in a wooded grove while guests were welcomed with Pimms No 1 and similar drinks. Then it was off to the Pine Cathedral (an open air church) for the ceremony. Then a trek through woods to a wooden lodge where dinner was preceded by cocktail hour - a free bar. (While the ladies all had lovely dresses and hats the terrain was not stiletto friendly . It was quite enjoyable but different from an Irish wedding. Although the bar was open all the time NOBODY (including me and my boyfriend) got drunk and everyone headed off between 11.00 and 11.30 pm. I couldn't drink too much anyway because I had to drive back down the mountain roads to the town where we were staying.
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# 22 : Tuesday 10-11-2015 @ 02:17
 
 
Someone said :
Yes I was at a gay wedding in Maryland, USA last year. Interestingly (and to my surprise) it was a religious ceremony conducted by a minister of the Episcopalian church (American Anglicans). It was a lavish affair in a rustic retreat in the Catoctin Mountains. There was a string quartet playing in a wooded grove while guests were welcomed with Pimms No 1 and similar drinks. Then it was off to the Pine Cathedral (an open air church) for the ceremony. Then a trek through woods to a wooden lodge where dinner was preceded by cocktail hour - a free bar. (While the ladies all had lovely dresses and hats the terrain was not stiletto friendly . It was quite enjoyable but different from an Irish wedding. Although the bar was open all the time NOBODY (including me and my boyfriend) got drunk and everyone headed off between 11.00 and 11.30 pm. I couldn't drink too much anyway because I had to drive back down the mountain roads to the town where we were staying.

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yes.. if you saw the gay wedding on the movie ' sex and the city 2' that sounds like it.. and the one i was at was simular but in ireland...
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