A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
Opting out of a big wedding day, Eryn & Lindsey married in a quiet and relaxed last-minute courthouse elopement
Wanting to focus on each other and their love, Gabe and Lydia chose a romantic elopement in the Redwoods outside of Crescent City, California.
Nicole and Shannon shared an emotional, private elopement in Acadia National Park, finding the perfect ceremony spot on the beach.
After knowing one another their entire lives, Beth and Kassidy eloped in Yosemite, surrounded by breathtaking scenery, just the two of them.
Along with their 3 children, Amanda and Sonya eloped along the NSW coastline on a windy, overcast day. Despite the weather, it was perfect.
Hillary & Ivy endured the challenges and embraced the joyous moments that followed for the first two years of their relationship, building a solid foundation for their relationship.
After feeling the stress of planning even a small wedding, Abby and Jayme said ‘fuck it’ and started planning their dream elopement to the Amalfi Coast, Italy.
After their original venue fell through, Malia and Terra decided to elope to Dead Horse State Park with just their children and two guests.
After being uninspired by venues in their hometown, Julia and Libby decided on a destination wedding in Cancun, Mexico.
Working out the wedding guestlist can be a challenge, especially if you’re social. Here’s how Alanna & Jacqueline went from 100 to 2.