An LGBTQ Ceremony is a formal and dignified public declaration of love and devotion between two people. It can be arranged by couples of the same or of opposite sex, and can either be shared with family and friends or held in private without any guests.
I regard LGBTQ weddings the same as any other. It is a uniting of two people who love each other in marriage, as such it is as personable and meaningful as any wedding.
Every LGBTQ Ceremony is unique. Working with the Officiant, couples create their own unique celebration by selecting words, poems and readings that hold a special meaning for them.
The venue, number of guests and involvement of other guests are also chosen by the couple, creating, in all, a very meaningful and personal experience.