Spring elopement in Central Park with drag queen officiant
Due to Covid-19, Cameron and Antonio were unable to host the large wedding they planned. Still, they simply couldn’t wait to get married.
In a beautiful celebration in New York City’s iconic Central Park, the couple eloped surrounded only by their close friends and family. Cameron’s family, in fact, drove over twenty-four hours straight to surprise him.
The couple’s good friend, drag queen Pixie Aventura, officiated the ceremony, which took place on the couple’s five-year anniversary.
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Photographer: Judson Rappaport Photography
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