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Fearlessly & Forever

Seven years ago today, when Kurt and I were of some indiscernible age, we, like many of you, embarked on our last journey with Harry & Co. Though we didn’t know each other then, I like to think it was a shared experience nonetheless. Over the years our love for the series and the characters hasn’t diminished, and we’ve stayed up many a night embroiled in lengthy debates over who belongs in which house - Kurt insists that he’s a Slytherin and I’m a Hufflepuff, while I’m more inclined to think he belongs in Ravenclaw, with me in Gryffindor. We’ve even started charting out a musical version of the books, (but I get to play Harry). Anyway, it goes without saying that a Harry Potter themed wedding would be right up our alley, complete with Butter Beer, a golden snitch wedding cake, and a book “bouquet”.

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Did you know that Blaine’s name means “little yellow one”? Pretty fitting if you ask me - he’s bright, cheerful, and hotter than the sun, and since I already know he can rock a yellow suit (which is no easy feat, let me tell you), a sunshine yellow wedding just might fit the bill.

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Happy Fourth of July from two of your fave American Boys!

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Blaine and I decided to escape our lives for a little bit and head North to the land of beer, The Bay, and bilingualism. I am, of course, talking about Canada. We’re staying at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Québec City. It’s so lovely here, and would make a great locale for a destination wedding. So, in honour of their nation’s birthday (threw in a “u” there for the authentic Canadian experience), here’s our take on a truly Canadian wedding: a Hudson’s Bay blanket-inspired groomsmaid dress, mini maple syrup favors, and a poutine bar. Not bad for a couple of Americans, eh?

Happy Canada Day!

Kurt, you forgot the best part: the “Timbit” wedding cake! Those little guys are seriously addictive - even more so than cronuts if you can believe it. It’s probably a good idea that we don’t live here, as I can only tackle one baked goods addiction at a time - though, I could stand to hear you speak in French more often… il fait super mignon.

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The Symphony Verse

“I won’t think of them as blocks, Blaine. I’ll think of them as … interludes.”

Highlights include: a guitar guest book, gourmet “tuna salad”, a mix tape usb stick featuring all of the couple’s favorite songs, red velvet cupcakes, and, of course, some roasted chicken.

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While we’re on the topic, it’s always a good idea if you have out-of-town guests (or if you are having a destination wedding) to stock each person’s hotel room with a few local items to help make their stay more enjoyable. For a Cape Cod wedding you might include things such as a pair of flip-flops, a pashmina in case it gets chilly at night, beer from a local brewery, and a few midnight snacks, as well as other assorted goodies that you think will make your guests feel more at home.

While we’re on the topic, it’s always a good idea if you have out-of-town guests (or if you are having a destination wedding) to stock each person’s hotel room with a few local items to help make their stay more enjoyable. For a Cape Cod wedding you might include things such as a pair of flip-flops, a pashmina in case it gets chilly at night, beer from a local brewery, and a few midnight snacks, as well as other assorted goodies that you think will make your guests feel more at home.

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When I was a little boy, my family and I made the trek out to Cape Cod almost every summer - I count those days as some of the happiest of my life. Cooper and I didn’t always get along the rest of the year, but summers were pretty magical - everything from the car ride out where we would entertain our parents with a medley of Duran Duran hits, to building little engineering marvels on the beach (aka sandcastles), to staying up late to watch the fireworks on the Fourth - it was a small pocket of time that I’ll always treasure (although, I could have done without the year that Cooper boiled up my first friend “Lobster Louie” in an attempt to woo one of the local lifeguards). Anyway, my trip down memory lane aside, I’ve always loved all things nautical - if you know me personally, I’m sure you can attest to the fact that I own an unusually high number of crustacean-themed items, my lobster cardigan most prized among them. A nautical/beach themed wedding would be perfect for summer - I especially love the mini lobster rolls (RIP Louie), salt water taffy bar, and lobster bridesmaid’s dress…

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The Luckiest

Blaine opens his eyes and smiles at him and says, “No, we can’t be that lucky.”

"Still." He finally meets Blaine’s eyes. "We’re pretty lucky, I’d say."

"The luckiest," Blaine whispers as he pulls him into a kiss.

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Kurt and I had a pretty awesome day: we did a little window shopping, registered for a few wedding gifts, and, most importantly, we won a cake!! We were at Momofuku Milk Bar on the Upper West Side and they were having a cake-walk… a little bit of dancing (and a little bit of luck), and we walked away winners. We also picked up this wedding cake tasting package. Some of the flavors include: apple pie cake, banana cake, chocolate chip cake, dulce de leche cake, mint cookies n’ cream cake, pineapple upside down cake, and pretzel cake. (Also, in case you’re not lucky enough to live near a Milk Bar, they ship world-wide! And even if you’re not getting married, I’d order one of these bad boys up… it’s important once in a while to treat yo self. :)

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As some of you may know, it’s my soon-to-be hubby’s 21st birthday today!! Unfortunately, my grand plans had to be cut short (oh, and what plans they were) because Kurt’s currently passed out on the couch - it seems he imbibed one too many glasses of champagne. So, naturally, I took to my computer to do some wedding planning (well, and because Sam wasn’t available to play WoW with me). My ‘Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams’ wedding includes: a bubbly bar, champagne roses, glass ornaments hung from the ceiling to resemble champagne bubbles, and, my personal fave, Charbonnel et Walker ‘Pink Marc de Chamagne’ truffles as wedding favors.

M’ not drnk Blein. Want my surprse.

Honey, you only have one shoe, and you kept calling the cabbie “Thumper” and asking if Mrs. Pillsbury-Schuester’s mother was okay. You rest up, and tomorrow night I promise to… well, I’m sure Burt doesn’t want to hear all about my plans, but let’s just say that a certain superhero will be making his triumphant return. Tights and all. :)

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