I'm a ciswoman, and my partner is trans non-binary. So far so good in planning a beautifully queer wedding. We're always sure to ask potential vendors of their past history in working with queer couples, we have a pretty good idea of how to reword the ceremony language, and our outfits are picked out. The biggest issue we've been running into thus far is some of the linguistics surrounding the wedding day.
I suppose we'll be calling each other "spouses" which seems so dry and distant, but the real question we've bumped up to is what to call my partner on the day of the Wedding.
Traditionally a Fiancee matriculates to Bride, matriculates to Wife, and a Fiance matriculates to Groom, matriculates to Husband. We've been searching for the middle word between partner, fiance, spouse.
I also welcome any other trans non-binary or genderqueer wedding advice!