He turned gay when he was in college, so nobody is surprised that the fiancé is another man.
The problem is that we are strict Catholics. The wedding will be held in an Episcopalian church with a woman priestess!
My twin brother (father of the groom) is supportive of his son and insists that all sibs and cousins be present for the ceremony. As I am the only other gay in the family, relatives are imploring me for guidance.
My husbear is a "gay rights" type. We are hosing the reception in our historic Victorian mansion. It will give a needed not of TRADITION to a modern ceremony.
How can I navigate these stormy seas?