A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
After having to reschedule their wedding five times over Kayla and Jac decided to elope in a way that was completely opposite to the wedding they’d eventually will have.
For Nini this was a second marriage, coming into it with a child. For Nik, there were challenges of an autoimmune disease. But, they’ve overcome it all.
After three years together, Courtney and Sam knew that a private elopement in Sedona was the perfect next step.
Alyssa and Jo eloped in New Orleans, with just their Moms in tow. The ceremony took place at the gorgeous and sacred Tree Of Life, promises and memories made.
After a sunrise hike, Betsy and Lora eloped among the Dolomites. Their adventure elopement was filled with promises, vows and champagne to celebrate wife and wife.
After an undeniable fate brought them back together, Mae and Stella eloped with a handful of guests in the desert of Sedona in a boho inspired day.
At Robberg Nature Reserve, South Africa, these two brides shared an intimate exchange of vows and promises, a wedding full of emotion and joy
After a cancer diagnosis their relationship became unbreakable – once she’d bet cancer, she knew the time to get married was right, and so that’s what they did.
A big wedding never felt right, so on a whim, one bride brought a dress and hours later a date was set. They planned their entire New Mexico elopement in less than a year.
For Amanda & Shine, a micro-wedding in the desert was a compromise – turns out it was the perfect option for them both. With a handful of guests they said ‘I do’.