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Gay Wedding Video of the Day: Jason and Paul


Our reader Jason writes:

My husband and I had quite an original wedding as we got married on the stage of the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto.  This theatre looks like it's right out of a Midsummer Night's Dream, with leaves and lanterns hanging from the ceiling and tree trunk pillars.  We each walked down the aisle with our mother's to 'Somebody to Love' by Queen and then met up on the stage for the ceremony. Afterward, at our reception, we performed a Flash Mob with the wedding party and some guests.

Check it out and congrats, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Jason and Paul's Slideshow from Isis Photography on Vimeo.

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  1. haha awesome! It was like an Indian wedding!

    Posted by: Jay | Mar 13, 2012 8:09:54 PM

  2. @Rude: What are you talking about??? There was nothing remotely nasty about my post. There was a nasty post before me saying these guys shouldn't waste time on the wedding and should focus on tax planning etc instead. So all I was saying is that wedding planning is important so you can end up with a finished product like these guys had, and not the mess I made of things. So if there was any nastiness in my comment, it was directed at myself.

    Posted by: Brian | Mar 13, 2012 8:25:35 PM

  3. There's actually a troll (Rick) who camps out on these gay wedding videos and makes snarky comments as a way to belittle the wedding, when in reality, it's his disdain for all things gay. He does so with various handles, anonymous. No NORMAL gay person would see these videos and not be eternally happy for the couples in them

    Posted by: Jackson T. | Mar 13, 2012 9:58:28 PM

  4. To the haters, don't even play. We know you're not really gay. We know you're the anti gay trolls showing your behinds on here with posts like this. You're nowhere to be seen in stories about gays getting discriminated, yet suddenly appear in gay wedding posts, and same sex navy partners kissing posts, and have all sorts of bashing to spew. you think we're idiots? you think we really don't know ur clown @$$ is a troll disturbed enough to be on a gay site when you're homophobia turned into a fixation on gays. check yourself into the clinic clown.

    Posted by: Real Talk | Mar 13, 2012 10:01:05 PM

  5. I love the wintergarden theatre, it's probably one of the most beautiful places in Toronto that you can get married

    Posted by: Derek | Mar 13, 2012 11:12:34 PM

  6. i love it. some beautiful pics in the theatre,espec.
    Best of luck and happiness guys. Looks like it was a wonderful celebration.

    Posted by: tinhouston | Mar 14, 2012 12:04:27 AM

  7. To some of those posters who are just jealous that this is legal in every Province, Territory, City and Town in this country by federal law. And that to 35 million Canadians it is just a happy event called a WEDDING!

    Straight or Gay weddings cost $$$ anywhere so stop saying that it was a waste of money, If it was such a waste then ask your parents why they wasted the cash when they had theirs then.

    In Canada we live in the 21st Century deal with it!

    Posted by: Darrell | Mar 14, 2012 1:54:36 AM

  8. This is one of my favorite in this series thus far! They look so in love, the theater venue is genius, the pictures fantastic and the support of their family and friends is abundantly apparent and heart warming. Yes, Toronto is an amazing city btw and TJ, thanks for the Chorus Line reference, it gave me a good laugh.

    Posted by: Kenneth | Mar 15, 2012 2:38:32 AM

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