United States of America
A collection of same-sex weddings, engagements and love stories from all corners of the United States of America.
Surrounded by incredible wedding flowers, Kayla & Kelly brought to life their modern Cleveland wedding that had plenty of funky personalization.
Mary and Sally both wore suits at their queer New Orleans wedding day – one that included a special ode to their favorite Mardi Gras walking parades.
Throwing a queer celebration was a top priority for Becca and Kim who married in a tiny chapel on the ranch – a true celebration complete with a bounce house.
At just 13 these two soulmates met, but it was hard. Deena’s family was homophobic and tried to keep them apart. Despite it all, their love thrived.
These two lovers, who celebrate their anniversary every month, have just celebrated an entire year together – and chose to document the milestone.
By fate, best friends, Caitlyn and Kelsie, both planned to propose, at the same place on the same date. Proof that their souls were meant to be.
In downtown Jacksonville, Christina threw confetti into the air during a couples photoshoot, only to turn around and see Alissa down on one knee.
Hannah and Kay were both raised in the church, and parts of their wedding represented belief that LGBTQIA+ marriage and relationships can coexist with faith.
On a trip to Florida, Amelia convinced Anneta there wouldn’t be a proposal, but there was. Now, they’re planning a wedding on their 10-year anniversary together.
Fitz and Kendra’s San Francisco City Hall elopement was a day to celebrate the significance of what it means to be Black, queer women, who are children of immigrants living our lives openly and authentically.