But now the two stars are cutting loose—and having the time of their lives—as a pair of daffy septuagenarian lovers in the Netflix comedy Grace and Frankie. Now, as Season 2 begins streaming Friday, May 6the guys are all set to get married. But which one will carry the bouquet?
A North Texas wedding venue is under scrutiny for refusing to serve a couple based on their sexual orientation. The owner of The Venue at Waterstone in Celina told the couple the decision was based on religious beliefs. In an email, The Venue at Waterstone's owner told the couple he believed marriage "is a representation of the bride of Christ joined to the groom Christ who is the very God we worship.
Until that day comes however, we would petition you to please make your faith known to the public on your website and with theKnot. We love all people because Christ first loved us; Jeffrey and Aaron included. We cannot violate the convictions God has placed within us.
He said he and his fiance, Jeff Cannon, had been looking at venues for months. They had narrowed the venues down, and had even excitedly shared photos of the Venue at Waterstone with family and friends. On Saturday, though, Waterstone emailed to say they would not host their wedding.
Timing was not too big of a deal, since the pair planned for a long engagement. This weekend, the couple finally kicked off their planning, after a few weeks of online research, mostly via The Knot. There, they set up a joint profile as a same-sex couple and earmarked a few possible venues.
By Dana Branham. Aaron Lucero and his fiance, Jeff Cannon, were driving home a few weekends ago from a same-sex marriage ceremony at a Dallas church "on a high" from the celebration, Lucero said. Then, his husband-to-be got an email that devastated them.
After getting engaged on a European vacation last year, Aaron Lucero and Jeff Cannon returned to Texas to find a place to tie the knot. The two men thought they found the perfect location for their November wedding when they came across The Venue at Waterstone in Celina, just north of Dallas. In an email sent to the couple and shared with NBC 5, The Venue at Waterstone's owner told the two men that he believes marriage "is a representation of the bride of Christ joined to the groom Christ who is the very God we worship.
The family owners of a wedding venue have defended themselves after a same-sex couple accused them of privately discriminating against gay people. Christian staff at The Venue at Waterstone in Celina, northern Texas insisted they "love all people" after they cancelled an enquiry made by Aaron Lucero and Jeff Cannon. We love all people because Christ first loved us; Jeffrey and Aaron included.
Aaron Lucero and Jeffrey Cannon have been together for three years and got engaged last summer. Lucero said that he set up appointments with several venues in the Dallas area and visited a few of them this past Saturday, January As the couple was going home, Cannon got an email from Lyle Wise, owner of The Venue at Waterstone, their first choice.
Aaron Lucero and Jeffrey Cannon got engaged in June after dating for three years. After postponing the planning for over six months Lucero is a schoolteacher and the school year is a busy timethe two researched venues together on The Knot. They set up a profile as a same-sex couple and chose a few venue possibilities.