A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
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.
When wedding plans kept changing, Elise and Jen decided that an intimate elopement on the beaches of Byron Bay would be the best thing for them.
When plans were changed, Jewlz and Mel knew that a romantic elopement by the ocean with their two children was more perfect than they first thought.
After being outed by a member of the church, Lauren has struggled through a lack of acceptance of her sexuality for a long time. They kept their relationship secret for a long time.
Jamie and Jessie both wanted to stray from tradition and wear all black – Jamie in a black wedding dress, Jessie a black wedding suit.
Their day might not have been exactly what they had envisioned, but it was near perfect. Their commitment solidified in marriage by a lake at Whistler, BC.
On a sunny day in the Pacific Northwest, Lizzy and Lydia exchanged vows in a casual ceremony and spent the afternoon alone soaking up their love.
A simple elopement. With a handful of guests, wedding masks on faces and a photographer there to capture the moment, Cassidy and Christa said ‘I do.’
While they were co-workers at first, after coming out and a divorce, Jenni & Kelli’s love story began. After rescheduling at the last minute, they eloped to Joshua Tree. Just the two of them and their photographers in tow.