In March, a lesbian wedding photographer got the shock of her life when her wedding cake had to be changed due to health issues.
After two years of filming her wedding in her hometown of Largo, Florida, in a town that is home to some of the state’s largest gay bars, the photographer had to go to her doctor to confirm she was not going to be able to continue working.
“I had to change my cake because I had a heart condition,” she told Vice News.
While there, the couple had a cake ceremony, and a cake was made.
The photographer, who did not want her name used, says she was “pretty upset” and that her fiancee did not approve of her changing the cake because of her health issues, which he did not share with her.
Despite being a lesbian, the cake designer had to make a choice between her career and her wedding because of the challenges of the wedding.
“He was very upset, but I told him, ‘I’m not going anywhere, and if you don’t want to do it, you can’t,'” she said.
This is how they went about it.
On March 12, a day after the cake had been prepared, a doctor told the couple that their cake would have to be altered due to their health issues because the wedding photographer had health problems.
In an effort to accommodate her fiance, she had to get an ultrasound and an x-ray to confirm that the wedding cake was not made from human flesh.
With the cake ready to go, the couples cake was then prepared and the cake was sent to the wedding venue for the ceremony.
When the ceremony was done, the bride’s husband told the photographers that he was not happy with the wedding dress and was not sure how to make it.
He wanted a traditional wedding dress that was made from a different material.
Because he could not afford the traditional dress, the wedding photographers decided to make the cake themselves.
“It was kind of scary, but we got to know each other very quickly,” she said of their experience.
“I have been doing this for a long time, and it really made me feel good,” she added.
As a result, the photographers have been able to keep their relationship strong, as the couple have not only been able the traditional wedding, but also the traditional reception and the traditional cake-making process.
Although the photographer has not yet been able in person to get married, she hopes her experience will be enough to inspire others to do the same.
“[This] really helped me to feel better, but at the same time, I hope that people feel empowered to do whatever they want, and do it with someone they love,” she explained.