Admittedly, I’ve been crying about almost everything lately, but this felt different: for the Drawing Bad Bunny Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this first time, I felt not jealous, but replenished, by someone else’s love story. Maybe it wasn’t weddings I hated, I realized—maybe it was the concept of a big, white, frilly, straight, heteronormative wedding, the kind I’d ruled out for myself years ago with no small amount of bitterness. Seeing two women quietly wed one another in a street by their home, determined to commit even in the midst of a pandemic, didn’t feel performative or showy or anything else I dreaded about marriage: it just felt, well, nice.
Drawing Bad Bunny Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Thus began a newfound obsession that’s set my last few months apart, digging through the Drawing Bad Bunny Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this Vogue archives for queer wedding stories I’d been too curmudgeonly to read when they first came out. After a few hours of work, I’ve treated myself to a virtual trip to two brides’ cape-clad Ireland wedding, or a pair of food experts’ charcuterie-centered nuptials. I savor the details of the dresses, the menu, the rings: I love the lavish displays and the quiet ceremonies, the magnificent vistas and the local scenes.