Peter and Roland’s purple and white Jewish Christian wedding took place over Labor Day Weekend at Terrace in the Park in New York, New York. After a two-year engagement period, the grooms incorporated their different religions (Judaism and Christianity) and their love of travel. Roland and Peter met on an airplane; Roland was the flight attendant and Peter was the passenger. The stationery design included a silhouette design of famous landmarks from around the world as well as the world map.

All the tables were named after different cities and countries they have visited through the years. They walked down the aisle separately—Peter with his sister and godmother, and Roland with his parents. Their ceremony was performed by an Anglican minister and a rabbi. The travel aficionados called their wedding attendants “the wedding crew” (fun!!). For more gender-neutral wedding terms, check out my new book Equally Wed: The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your LGBTQ+ Wedding.

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