Folks, wedding season is upon us. And a friend of Curbed doesn't want Ellen Degeneres and George Takei to have all the big gay wedding fun. "Where should I have my wedding?" he writes. What is an architecture-loving gay man to do? We have a few suggestions for interesting, architecturally significant wedding spots (available to the public): tucked behind the bamboo at Weho's The Schindler House, the patio and private waiting rooms of Spanish Revival train station Union Station, the art deco Oviatt Penthouse downtown, and the courtyard of the Egyptian Theater all spring to mind. Other suggestions?
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