What first came to mind was how to channel PJ’s inherent witchiness into a groom’s tuxedo. “He’s always showing me some new witch,” Wiederhoeft says. “And I go, ‘PJ has to have some kind of insane cape at some point.’ In the end, we had three cape looks.” On the other hand, Jordan has a penchant for rainbow colors and prints. For the ceremony, PJ wore a dramatic black cape with a corseted oxford shirt with black boning (to look like licorice, their new shared last name), and a pair of black embroidered trousers. Jordan’s yellow, green, and blue suit featured floral embroidery, a cropped front, tails, and a bow at the back.
“That stark contrast for the ceremony was the first instinct for me: having PJ in something very black-and-white and very stark, and Jordan in something super colorful and textural,” Wiederhoeft says. “Everything grew out of that. Especially when building out the color palette, and knowing that we wanted the wedding party to be like a rainbow. Everything just kind of started to come together in terms of where we can use the rainbow, where the stories can interconnect between events.”