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When Coleman and Adam reached out to me for their wedding, their inquiry read “It’s a gay wedding, on a farm, in rural Tennessee,... Great Advice for your Wedding Day

When Coleman and Adam reached out to me for their wedding, their inquiry read “It’s a gay wedding, on a farm, in rural Tennessee, so I mean that’s something you don’t see every day. So I’ll say the theme is love is love?”. I am a huge advocate for Love is Love – so I was already hooked.

How did they meet?

We met in downtown Memphis and had our first date at a Grizzlies basketball game.

What wedding advice would they give other couples?

Talk with your partner and make sure you are both on the same page, whether it’s about budget or just napkin color. Both people should be willing to compromise in areas, and understand that some parts of the planning will be fun and others will be stressful – but in the end you love each other and are getting married!

And maybe some marriage advice?

Communication is key, so check in with your partner regularly. Be patient with one another and practice empathy, always try to understand their viewpoint. Give them encouragement, support, and respect – and expect the same for yourself. Say “I love you” more often, and enjoy every moment with your special person.

Bakery: My Moni Cakes//Caterer: Paradox Catering//Floral Designer: Connor & Co.//Equipment Rentals:White Door Events//Event Planner: Connor & Co.//Photographer: Danielle Christine Photography//

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