By Anonymous - 27/10/2019 20:00

The price of love

Today, same-sex marriage is finally legal in my country. However, it's taken so long since I got engaged that our perfect wedding venue has gone out of business, and everywhere else is at least three times the price. FML
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By  Sarah Yamabo  |  13

As sad as that might be, at the end of the day; the location will not matter once you’re standing there, facing the love of your life, and saying your I dos :) Congrqtz on love conquering after all!

By  sarkycow  |  24

As others have stated it is a bummer but wherever you get married, if it's to the one you love you'll get over and find another location.

When I got married (on April fool's 2014 😀) we decided ON THAT day we wanted to get married. We called our Rabbi and a friend of our to see if they were free in a few hours. We went to a park and got married under a tree 😆 Took them out to dinner at our favourite Indian restaurant afterwards to say thank you. We didn't even take pictures! (we forgot in the moment lol). Would not change ONE bit of it. 😍❤️

We wish you a long and happy marriage!

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By  Sarah Yamabo  |  13

As sad as that might be, at the end of the day; the location will not matter once you’re standing there, facing the love of your life, and saying your I dos :) Congrqtz on love conquering after all!

By  mfranks19891989  |  3

If it was me I would have said we don’t need a marriage license/piece of paper to telling me I’m married. I would have had the party at the venue, invited family and friends and had a great time. Then if/when same sex marriage becomes legal we go get married.

By  sarkycow  |  24

As others have stated it is a bummer but wherever you get married, if it's to the one you love you'll get over and find another location.

When I got married (on April fool's 2014 😀) we decided ON THAT day we wanted to get married. We called our Rabbi and a friend of our to see if they were free in a few hours. We went to a park and got married under a tree 😆 Took them out to dinner at our favourite Indian restaurant afterwards to say thank you. We didn't even take pictures! (we forgot in the moment lol). Would not change ONE bit of it. 😍❤️

We wish you a long and happy marriage!

By  E2dav  |  4

You wont even remember the location in future - the only details that will stick in your mind are that you married the person you love & which guests got trashy drunk and embarrassed themselves

By  kendonmcb  |  17

So, instead of being happy that you got your rights cleared you are complaining about prices of superficial stuff. Time to get your priorities uhm... straight.

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  Suaria  |  36

India doesn't allow same sex marriage. OP is probably from Northern Ireland which just legalized same sex marriage.