VIDEO: Nordstrom’s New Adorable Wedding Ad Features Gay and Lesbian Couples

Thanks to our buds over at G Philly for the tip: Nordstrom, fab department store, supporter of gay marriage and home, in some locations (including King of Prussia!) to the lovely Nordstrom Wedding Suite, has just come out with a new ad that they’re calling the “Ultimate Wedding Party.”

And the ad just really is a big party, complete with an awesome soundtrack from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. In it, several just-married couples—some boy and girl, some boy-boy, some girl-girl—shimmy and shake on the dance floor with their wedding parties and guests, and generally, just make merry. It’s super cute. See for yourself, below.

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  • borntosuffer

    The D wasn’t bad. On the first TD, Ryans got a bit unlucky not to have an interception. Make that play and one can’t argue at all. But, I just got done looking at the offense, “All 22″ breakdown. As I state there, some of the offensive plays were DOA due to blocking issues. But, Vick just made poor choices on several potential big plays. You aren’t doing the D any favors when you miss your chances on O and let the other team play with a big lead. I can’t imagine that Reid will be able to accept that level of performance going forward.

  • poetx99

    it’s important to note that this is the team with the anemic rushing game who kept running, even it was gaining only 2 or 3 yards because we have a notoriously fast and sack-happy defense.

    and even though they have an all-world WR in Fitzgerald, for his biggest play of the game, he is freed up on his route by the credibility of the run fake to one of their wack running backs.

    now contrast that with the Eagles’ gameplan where, with one of the best running backs in the game (who is now our best offensive player), we give him the ball only 4 times in the first half. and yet, we were still running PLAY ACTION and expecting it to work (Sheil, you did a great job of showing how little the Cardinals respected our running game).

  • morgan c

    Asomugha hasn’t impressed me at all so far this season. I don’t care that people say he isn’t terrible and is still a decent corner; we are paying for top shutdown corner quality, and we aren’t getting it. Okay let’s assume he thought Coleman was helping him. Even still, what exactly is he doing on this play?? It’s not like he bails to go cover another receiver. If you watch the replay, he literally stops running, and makes no attempt to so much as touch Fitzgerald when he catches the ball, allowing him to roll into the endzone. Again, whether you do or don’t have help, you still should attempt to finish the play and keep the receiver covered. He literally stopped running and just stood there, taking himself out of the play.

    We are getting mediocre play at best from Asomugha. He needs to stop blaming Castillo, Coleman, the scheme, or whoever else he decides is at fault, which changes on a weekly basis. He needs to step up and admit he isn’t playing well, and change it. Otherwise, we should go with Boykin on the other side / see what Marsh can do. I’ve had it with Asomugha. He’s a phony.

    • http://www.facebook.com/matteuwh Matteuw Hines

      So you’re telling me he’s as bad as Ellis Hobbs and Dmitri Patterson? The same Patterson who gave up 3 TDs in one game to the Giants and the same Ellis Hobbs who in one half got absolutely toasted for over 200 yards by Kenny Britt?

      • Adam

        I don’t think that’s the point he’s trying to make. I think he’s saying we’re getting good results, but not what we’re paying for.

        I don’t really agree. I think people have unrealistic expectations for Nnamdi. And a lot of that has to do with his time in Oakland. Nnamdi did so well there because there was absolutely no reason to throw his way. Why would you challenge Nnamdi when you had Chris Johnson on the other side of the field? When you’ve got a tandem of corners like we do the quarterbacks aren’t going to just NOT throw to the receivers. Sometime’s he’ll get challenged. A good portion of the time he will make a play/not allow a play to happen. But sometime’s he’s going to get beat. That’s just football.

        Not to mention, Nnanmdi has been great in the run game. He has stepped and made some great tackles.

        He’s not a man-god, and you’re not gonna see the effect he has on paper/highlight reels, that’s just not the way he plays. But he’s one of the best corners in the league and we’re very lucky to have him. If you’d like to go to Curtis Marsh I’d actually have to question your sanity.

  • http://www.facebook.com/emmanuel.garcia.5249 Emmanuel Garcia

    The defense was relatively good , but the issue was the offense that wasn’t able to maintain a long drive to let the defense rest.

  • http://twitter.com/BrianM8614 Brian McClafferty

    Just read Chris Brown to really understand what happens on the Fitzgerald TD. Morgan C has no clue.

  • Chris

    If our coaches would play our corners to their strengths (Man press) and stop toying around with all this zone blitz nonsense they would be playing to their strengths. Asomugha, when he does have issues, is because for the most part is because he is playing in some sort of zone coverage. Him and DRC should be in man press all game long with safety help for the studs we run into (such as Fitz) this game. With our pass rush and tight coverage Qb’s won’t have the time to pick apart a defense even if coverage breaks down after a few seconds… we need to be playing coverage like GB did against the bears this year. Man press with your shut down corners (which is why we brought them here in the first place!) with safety help over the top. we keep getting beat on communication plays in the secondary for the most part and not when they are in lock down man coverage

  • Josh Middleton

    Go gays!