A collection of LGBTQ+ elopements from around the world.
Forgoing a big celebration, Emily and Sonia decided on an intimate, boho-inspired, micro-wedding on the beautiful beaches of Byron Bay.
They had plans for a huge wedding – but COVID put those to a halt. Instead, Kiki and Marianne married legally, and celebrated with a photoshoot and wine.
They had planned a small wedding, but COVID meant that their plans were stalled. They married anyway in an intimate ceremony in California.
Deciding that their commitment to marriage was something personal, Ash and Bree eloped while hiking in the Rocky Mountains.
Marta & Eider’s story is one of true love, but also a symbolic message for equality. They chose to elope to the picturesque Santorini, Greece.
Laura & Nicole thought for a moment that a fancy big wedding would be the way to go, but eventually decided on a micro-wedding on the NYC High Line.
In an elopement style micro-wedding, Kateland and Kayla shared their wedding day with their favorite people and their favorite holiday, Halloween.
It wasn’t their first plan, but Hilary & Jess’ emotional elopement with family at Grand Lake, Colorado [on a frozen lake!] was so perfectly them.
Gwen & Chelsea decided to elope. In Byron Bay, they shared vows in a rainforest before they celebrated with champagne and dinner.
After a 4+ year engagement, Felicity and Renee decided that an elopement to Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne was the perfect wedding for them.