A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
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’.
loping meant taking away the stress of guests, and by Lake Tekapo, New Zealand Michelle and Sophie said ‘I do’ with their kids and their parents.
These two brides decided on a very intimate wedding, just the two of them. They sang to one another instead of speaking vows and painted a rainbow to signify meaningful things in their lives.
After Covid put a stop to Alex and Candice’s original wedding plans, they turned their focus into a personal and intimate shotgun wedding. They then headed into the canyons in Utah for this incredible landscape themed wedding shoot.
Jo and Lydia liken their wedding day to their overall approach to life, which is nice and casual. Nonetheless, this took nothing away from their magical wedding at Margaret River.
After putting off their wedding for years, Emma and Mackenzie chose a stress-free elopement a the Dunton Hot Springs to celebrate their love of more than ten years.
2020 taught Lizzie and Mia to not expect anything. Their original wedding was downsized and a teary decision led to a sweet intimate Colorado elopement.
After a courthouse elopement seven years ago, Edith and Whitney decided to renew their vows at Big Sur, Los Angeles, surrounded by a handful of loved ones.