A collection of LGBTQ+ elopements from around the world.
After choosing engagement rings together, Lauren and Tarran planned their dream wedding – only to have it canceled due to the global pandemic. Instead, they eloped among the Redwoods.
They got engaged on Christine’s 50th birthday, and eloped in the mountains with quite a few sentimental touches added to make it meaningful.
They had planned a huge 300-guest wedding, but when COVID hit all their plans went out the window and instead chose to marry in a simple elopement.
This is both their second marriages, and they knew that their love couldn’t wait. Without proposals, they began to plan their elopement, blending together their two families.
Amy and Marcy are both in their 50’s – it took them each a little while to find their person. They celebrate marriage in a totally unique and laid-back ceremony in the forests of Oregon.
Nadia and Sheika didn’t let COVID stand in the way of celebrating their marriage. Their Joshua Tree elopement included family and friends in virtual but meaningful ways.
Amaris and Cortnie shared an intimate sand ceremony surrouned by just 10 guests at their Puerto Rico elopement.
Their backup option was a small backyard wedding in luei of a bigger formal wedding, turns out the backyard wedding was better than they could imagine.
Addy and Brittani did want a 25 guest wedding, but a few factors meant that they opted for a sunrise elopement along the beach with just six people there to witness.
With a handful of family and friends, Jess and Steph became wife and wife on top of a beautiful Canadian mountaintop.