A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
For the start, these two lovers knew they wanted something adventurous to solidify their marriage. So, they chose to elope to Iceland together.
Nicole and Nikki didn’t want anything fancy, so they opted for an elopement in the city. They ate sweets from a local bakery and were congratulated by strangers.
Jenna & Rebecca shared an elopement at the base of a mountain with just two witnesses. They walked into a reception with all their guests – married.
Ari & Pia skipped out on the traditional wedding and eloped to Copenhagen with two of their closest friends here’s there Germany same-sex wedding
Jen and Sky met on a dating app and opted out of a big wedding, choosing to instead elope in Canada with some of their closest loved ones.
They eloped, with a handful of family members, in a simple but beautiful ceremony at Lincoln Rock in the Blue Mountains.
Ash and Emma had a big and expensive wedding before marriage equality was on the cards for Australia. They chose an understated beachside elopement in Broome.
Dom and Emma wouldn’t consider themselves a traditional couple, rather, they like to approach life a little more outside the lines. They knew that a big wedding day just wouldn’t suit them as a couple and so they eloped to New Zealand, with just their mothers as guests, & ditched their white dresses for something ‘them’.
On August 11th, in the privacy of a random jungle off the beaten path in a public park, we got married. It was quite literally a perfect day. We planned next to nothing for the elopement, yet found ourselves wondering what it would look like until the wee hours of the morning.
For some, it’s love at first sight. From the moment Danielle and Sandra met, it…