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The wedding-planning process was guided by a simple principle: “How can we make people say, ‘That wedding was rad!’?” says the groom.
The couple found visual inspiration in the film Grey Gardens, which played on a loop in an empty room throughout the reception.
“I’ve never been to Korea, but I feel rooted in my culture. I just always knew I wanted to do that,” says the bride.
“Our families waited so long for us to get married; they were so happy for us,” says the groom.
Bales of hay served as seating for the ceremony, and later in the night the 50 guests chowed down on s’mores around a fire.
“He turned a ‘luncheon’ reception into a rager, with people dancing the entire time,” the bride says of her husband.
“People were traveling from all over. We didn’t want to spend a minute without them.”
“Some people made it to sunrise,” says one of the brides.
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Before the ceremony, guests settled in for a screening of Tootsie, during which they were fed tater tots and prosecco.
“I’m a bit offbeat. A wedding that looked like a wedding was unappealing,” says the bride.
Bachelorette director Leslye Headland and actress Rebecca Henderson wanted their wedding to have a “homey and low-key” vibe.
“The DJ grabbed the mic and said, ‘Look at this: A Muslim and a Jew got married! This is love!’ ”
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