Saturday, March 16, 2013

On the wedding

In my last post I mentioned that the word marriage came up. It came up again this week. We were watching Say Yes To The Dress last night and talking about gay guys and our wedding. He said we were going to wear khakis and white shirts since we were going to be on a cruise ship. I said nope, we were wearing suits and tuxes. He said if I do a tux I have to do a bow tie. He told me how guys can rock bow ties and they are so unusual. I protested saying they were ugly. He said he would wear the bow tie then. I told him I needed to see him in it. I said we should do the whole matchy-match look, and he didn't say anything. Then I said something about bowties being never in, and he said they are next season, but they're making their way around on the fashion circuit right now. I asked if that meant the wedding was happening soon, and he said no, it is a while away... lol


Mind Of Mine said...

I am totally feeling the white shirts and khaki's thing. Seriously. If I ever get married, it will be in a similar get up.

fan of casey said...

I vote (if you allow me to provide unsolicited advice of course), for something fancy but does not need to be formal. So I would go with a nice set of matching suits (don't have to be identical but can be close enough), matching ties (don't need a bow tie if you eschew tuxedoes), and a nice set of matching boutinneres (sp?) -- with colors of green, pink and white. Ooops I just projected my own wedding colors. ;-)

Your pets can be ring-bearers.

It's gonna happen -- I can feel it -- now that it has sunk in some do you have any reservations? Is it happening too fast? You both get along very well, and even when there are disagreements (as happens with all couples), you are respectful of one another.

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Aek said...

Bow ties are oddly popular here in the midwest and it seems to have come out of nowhere over the last 2-3 years. It's kinda odd, I don't even know how to tie one!