Uncovered Wedding Photos Depict Gay Marriage Pre-Legalization

In order to have their passion project (a show called The Mystery of the 1957 Gay Wedding Photos) made, a trio of writers, filmmakers and producers is seeking information about a decades-old event. In 1957 Philadelphia, a roll of photographs—depicting two grooms getting hitched in a small apartment, with the blinds drawn, surrounded by guests—was developed, but never got back to its owners. An act …

Interview: Molly Guy of Stone Fox Bride

The founder of the destination for "anti-brides" on the traditional and nontraditional rules of engagement

Lit by a wall of windows overlooking a bustling intersection where Greenwich Village meets Soho and decorated with feathered dreamcatchers and a gauzy tent, Stone Fox Bride‘s loft studio is not necessarily a traditional bridal salon. But it is here that we met Molly Guy—the founder of Stone Fox Bride—for some guidance on the new rules of popping the question and the search for the …

Twiddle & Bard

Minneapolis trio celebrate the simplicity of a handwritten note

In 2010, designer Will Coombs launched Twiddle & Bard with Robb McNeil and Nick Thompson as a response to what they felt had become a lack of proper emotion in digital communication. The Minneapolis-based stationery company has since built a solid repertoire of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind wedding suites and thank-you cards in the spirit of tradition, but with a contemporary sensibility. Covering just about every piece …