A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ elopement stories.
Olivia and Sara’s original wedding plans were impacted by COVID-19, but it didn’t make it any less special. They hiked, had champagne and improvised on the day.
Kaylee & Suz met at a queer prom, fell in love and chose to elope to New York City and share their vows up top a rooftop – intimate and perfect.
Two Filipino women who edured long distance love before they’d find themselves united in the Middle East. They eloped to South Africa and married beachside.
These two lovers decided that a big wedding wasn’t for them, and opted for an elopement weekend together in Alberta – it was rainy and romantic – everything they dreamt it would be.
After a two-year engagement, these two lovers decided to elope amongst the Bryce Canyons, and even had their daughter with them, even if she was the size of a grape!
They had a bigger wedding planned with family and friends later in the year, but wanted to get legally married a touch quicker – so Emily and Susie Eloped in San Francisco.
Bea & Sarah have lived in three different countries together, so, a destination wedding was perfect. They chose Phuket as the perfect spot to wed.
When Juliet and Kim started wedding planning, but were quickly overwhelmed. So, with their families blessing, they decided to elope, and it was magical.
This Blue Mountain Elopement was, by far, the best day of Lou & Mel’s lives. The emotions were intense, the views spectacular, and the company made the day the most memorable yet.
A big fancy wedding wasn’t something that was ever on this couples mind – instead, they opted for an uber-romantic sunset elopement to Joshua Tree, Vegas.