Red, White & Royal Blue Symbols & Objects

Casey McQuiston
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Wedding Cake

The wedding cake Alex and Henry destroy at Phillip's wedding symbolizes the elegance and opulence of the Royal Family, along with the decorum that involves being a part of the family. Phillip is someone who tries his best to live up to the expectations of the royal life and embraces the lifestyle, including having a wedding with a $75000 cake. However, Alex and Henry are not people who fit into traditional expectations, and their destruction of the cake foreshadows how they defy the expectations forced upon them, particularly Henry.

Kimonos

The matching kimonos that Pez purchases for the entire group symbolize the new friendships and relationships Alex has access to through his romance with Henry. The matching kimonos are for the White House Trio, along with Pez, Henry, and Bea. The group wear the kimonos and bond with one another in a way that they cannot...

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