Fabulous queer chaos, that’s how Ade and Maja would describe their wedding. They had two ceremonies, a legal one and other hosted by a fabulous UK drag queen that was celebrated into the night.
This bold, bright and funky elopement colors outside the lines. Brought to life in a bowling alley, this retro inspired wedding is just the right amount of magic.
A colorful and bright industrial wedding, with bright florals, disco balls and two humans wildly in love. This Homes Mill wedding was brought to life in under a year.
Dani and Priya set out in their invitations their intention for what their intimate wedding would be – a queer, multicultural wedding that celebrated love.
This celebration is one of inclusivity and sustainability. With sunflowers and bright blue tones at the front of the inspiration, it is a colorful celebration of the English countryside.
There were two proposals, one in Bali over a romantic three-course dinner and a second in Port Douglas after a hot air balloon ride and rainforest breakfast.
After an at-home proposal, in the comfort of their own bed, Jenna & Sarah married in a wedding day that was to be remembered.
Helen and Tabz decided to elope, after years of growing their love story. They shared vows in a personal and private ceremony and froliked the Cornish coastline in celebration of their union.
Their dreams of a Disneyland proposal were shattered by the pandemic, but it didn’t stop these two from planning a meaningful double proposal.
After they both found themselves forming a friendship supporting one another through unhappy relationships, their chemistry became undeniable.