On the Sunday that they were departing back to LA, Brian casually asked Brad if he wanted to join him for brunch with his friend Denny. “Who’s Denny?” Brad asked. “You know Denny,” Brian replied, “He’s one of my close friends.” Brad replied, “I’m your BEST friend. Who is DENNY?” Meanwhile, Denny was upstate and was reticent to cut short his trip once Brian mentioned that he might be bringing a friend to brunch.
In fact, choosing the rings entailed visiting just two stores and spending a cumulative 10 minutes considering the options before selecting their forever bands. They are both quite decisive and, luckily, on the same page 95% of the time. Besides, each is aware of the imminent death threat that would come from the other should either decide to leave the relationship.*
Are any of the details particularly special to you and why? Neither of us, until recently, even considered a legally-binding marriage because it simply wasn’t an option. Once it became legal, friends began asking us if we would ever get married. The more we discussed it, the more we wanted to bring our friends and families together to celebrate our love and our union.
What are you looking forward to the most about your wedding day? The love, friendship, laughter, and hugs that we will receive in addition to having people from all aspects of our lives get the chance to meet each other.
Interview by Renee Clancy, originally published at Gay Weddings and Marriage Magazine.
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