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We’re not knocking the New Year’s Eve midnight smooch, but it’s hard to top the wedding day kiss. We looked back all of the Real Weddings that we featured this year and picked some of the most memorable kisses we’ve come across.
Dana and Cynthia share a kiss in the middle of a bustling New York City street.
As many of our commenters exclaimed of this moment captured between Courtney and Katie, “This pic is hot!”
Brad steals a playful peck from his groom during their winter wonderland wedding.
Amy and Jeri escape the wedding chaos for an intimate moment.
The desert sun setting in the background puts a romantic glow on this kiss between newlyweds Nick and Paul.
Surrounded by nature, Kevin and Pete share a romantic kiss in a breathtaking, tree-lined meadow.
Blowing bubbles and sneaking a smooch—is there anything cuter?
After saying “I do,” the grooms sealed the deal with a kiss as their friends and family celebrate.
Photo: Real Wedding Dana and Cynthia, photography by Hudson River Photography; Real Wedding Courtney and Katie, photography by Boro Creative Visions Photography; Real Wedding Brad and Michael, photography by Boro Photography; Real Wedding Amy and Jeri, photography by Michele M. Waite Photography; Real Wedding Nick and Paul, photography by The Long Haul Photo; Real Wedding Kevin and Pete, photography by Kristin Korpos Photography; Real Wedding Deborah and Beth, photography by Erin Leppo Photography; Real Wedding Glenn and Michael, photography by Kyle Bromley
Brittny Drye is the senior editor at Equally Wed, the nation's premier online magazine for gay and lesbian weddings and honeymoons. Follw her on Twitter at @BrittnyDrye.
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