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Subject: Re: OT: goth wedding attire Date: 10/1/2002 5:14 PM
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"That's just WRONG!!! No Goth would be seen ALIVE holding a unicorn or a brightly colored flower!!!"

<pout> Well, actually the prototype collects stuffed rabbits. Does it help that they're Devilbunnies plotting to take over the world?

And when we go shopping, she snags the pastel pink clothes, leaving the hot pink clothes for me...

As far as wedding officiants... I wasn't terribly goth at the time, but my wedding was attended by lots of goths. My marriage was performed by a friend, with the text mostly from the Book of Common Prayer, with some edits for my pagan sensibilities. I wasn't able to go to the sealing of my very-Mormon, uber-goth friend, but the public ceremony afterward was performed by her local clergyman. As far as the ceremony next week, it's being performed by an old friend of the bride, and I believe it's a civil service.

I would imagine most goths, by the time they're mature enough to get married, are also mature enough to want their weddings to reflect their personal values, not mock Christian ones. YMMV.

--Morfydd

...wears black, has laugh lines, collects unicorns...
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