Are you ready for your dream gay wedding?
Celebrity chefs Art Smith and Duff Goldman are launching a new social media campaign that will culminate in 101 queer couples tying the knot at The South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
The two chefs, who have long been advocates of LGBT rights, wanted to do something special in light of same-sex marriage FINALLY becoming legal in Florida. So, rather than throw the usual Big Gay Ice Cream Social, which has been a popular Art Smith-hosted event during previous South Beach Wine & Food Festivals, they've decided to team up to launch #101GayWeddings.
The first one hundred and one people to participate in their social media campaign will be eligible to be married for free by a celebrity minister. They'll also receive a champagne toast, access to the Miami chefs reception and a dance party featuring a celebrity DJ. And that's not all -- Goldman will be creating an incredible wedding cake for the lucky couples to share.
How does it work? Tweet #101GayWeddings to @ChefArtSmith. If you're one of the first 101 couples you take part in the the mass wedding on Feb. 21 at The James Royal Palm in Miami. Couples will each get to bring two guests and must have a valid Florida marriage license (note that there's a three-day waiting period after the license is issued before you may get married, so plan ahead!)
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that a marriage license from Dade County or Miami Beach was needed. This was not accurate and has been corrected.