A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
Addy and Brittani did want a 25 guest wedding, but a few factors meant that they opted for a sunrise elopement along the beach with just six people there to witness.
With a handful of family and friends, Jess and Steph became wife and wife on top of a beautiful Canadian mountaintop.
After two postponements, Kellie & Vanessa brought together a ten-guest elopement in just a few short weeks.
Surrounded by just their four children, in the middle of a pandemic, Smith Rock Oregon was the perfect setting for these two lovers to say, “I do.”
Amanda and Meghan decided to elope at Drift Creek Falls in Oregon. They climbed trees, shared vows and became wife and wife amongst nature.
An elopement was the only option for these two loved up ladie. They decided on the Canadian Wilderness and shared vows surrounded by snow.
Charlotte, who is a Doctor by trade, is afraid of heights. Mel, who recently sold out her share of her CrossFit gym, chose to propose in a way she knew would be unforgettable for Charlotte – skydiving. Their engagement was only one day. Charlotte and Mel share their elopement under a waterfall in Byron Bay.
In their own backyard, they had a first look, rode rollerskates into the sunset and spent the night calling family to tell them of their new commitment.
The pandemic canceled wedding plans twice, however third time was a charm. They spent the day exploring San Francisco and ended their day amongst the Redwoods of California sharing intimate vows.
Covid changed their wedding plans, and instead of a big celebration, Cassi and Greta eloped, and had their loved ones stream in live on Zoom.