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If you wanted your dad to walk you down the aisle you should have invited him to Vegas. But sadly, you didn't. So instead you want to have a day where you lie to your friends and family and pretend to get married. That's not cool.
Prepare for a lot of negativity from this site...because you already had your wedding whether you want to admit it or not.
Hello!My fiance and I secretly got married in Vegas last month because we wanted to be on the same health insurance and to make things easier for the home buying process. All of our friends and family suspect we got married there, but we haven't told anyone because we still want the ceremony aspect of our wedding day. We are trying to come up with ideas of how we can have that part of the day, but have it be carefree. I still want my dad to walk me down the aisle, and we already know that we are writing our own wedding vows to each other. We are having the ceremony and reception in one venue. Has anyone done this before or have any ideas of how to go about it? We don't need an actual officiant since we are already legally married.Thank you for your input!R
So I know she DD and will never come back, but I've got to say my rant. I'll give ya'll a puppy gif at the end.My mother and step-mother have been together for over 15 years now. 15 fucking years they have spent building a life together. And for those fucking 15 years, my mother has not been allowed to carry her partner, her wife, on her insurance. Because her work doesn't acknowledge domestic partners and until very recently our state didn't acknowledge gay people getting married. So my step-mom went without health insurance or paid out of pocket. 15 years. But you, you little princesses, you want to get married to have health insurance and then hide the fucking fact that you're married so that you can march around in goddman dress and be belle of the fucking ball for a day? You want to belittle marriage that much? You're fucking married. You made a choice to get married for health insurance, and that choice has motherfucking consequences. Welcome to being an adult.Throw all the fucking yay we got married parties you want. Go for it. But don't fucking belittle marriage and the benefits that come with it so you can be a goddamn princess. There are people who still don't get those benefits and privileges, who don't care about being a fucking princess for day, they just want to be fucking married already. Don't belittle marriage when there are people who are desperate for it.Now here is a puppy:
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@Magicink, have your mom and stepmom gotten legally married now that they can in your state? I'm just wondering out of pure curiosity.