Two male wizard characters from Hollywood films will marry across from the Westboro Baptist Church on Sunday.

The event, titled Wizards Wed at the WBC, was inspired by a series of tweets by author JK Rowling.

After Ireland became the first nation to legalize marriage equality through a referendum, Rowling called the vote “wonderful” and proposed that Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster of Harry Potter's Hogwarts, could now marry Gandalf, from the Lord of the Rings franchise, in Ireland.

“So @jk_rowling wants Dumbledore & Gandalf to marry in Ireland; if it happens, WBC will picket,” tweeted the Westboro Baptist Church, which is best known for coining the phrase “God hates fags.”

“.@WBCsigns Alas, the sheer awesomeness of such a union in such a place would blow your tiny bigoted minds out of your thick sloping skulls,” Rowling responded.

When a few fans criticized Rowling, saying that she was giving the church free publicly, she answered: “I don't care about WBC. I think it's important that scared gay kids who aren't out yet see hate speech challenged.”

Sunday's ceremony will take place at Equality House, the rainbow-painted house owned by Aaron Jackson's charity Planting Peace that sits across from the Westboro Baptist Church. Planting Peace runs anti-bullying campaigns out of the house.

“When we read the battle between J.K. Rowling and the Westboro Baptist Church, we instantly connected with Ms. Rowling's message on many levels,” Jackson said in a statement. “The Equality House was founded to take a stand against the hurtful words and actions of hate groups like the WBC. People often question why we even mention them, and Ms. Rowling's words were spot on. We must actively stand up to hate and ensure that LGBTQ youth understand that they have a broad platform of love and support in this world. That is a core part of what we do at Planting Peace. We are delighted to be hosting the Dumbledore and Gandalf wedding and stand with them in the face of bigotry and celebrate equality for all. The WBC won't have to go too far to picket this union. They can look out their front window.”

Planting Peace has launched a crowd funding page for the event, where it is asking for cash donations in lieu of wedding gifts for the wizard grooms.