A collection of LGBTQ+ engagements and proposals from around the world.
After they both found themselves forming a friendship supporting one another through unhappy relationships, their chemistry became undeniable.
In the comfort of their own home, Aimee proposed with an Etsy puzzle that spelled out ‘will you marry me?’ Surrounded by tea candles, Christina said ‘yes’.
After ten years together, an engagement was a mutual decision. Kristina wanted to plan something special, and a public proposal by a Christmas tree ensued.
Private lovers, Nicole & Rosanne were undeterred by a small hike to get to the perfect engagement photo shoot location in the forest woodlands of California.
Sierra proposed during quarantine with Ashley’s great-grandmother’s ring, an heirloom with so much sentimental value.
Lucia planned a perfect day hiking up Mount Snowdon with her partner Anna, creating the perfect backdrop for her mountain-top proposal.
They found love when they least expected it, quarantined together, and now Channing and Emmaline are engaged after an epic double proposal captured by a photographer.
For both Paige and Olivia, imaging a future with another woman was challenging, for different reasons. However, they’ve found love and they’re planning a wedding despite not having the support of Olivia’s family.
They both proposed in parks. Planned separately, but happened to have the same photographer there to capture all the emotions.
Sierra & Sydney are opposites. One grew up religious, the other didn’t. One came out early, the other later. Wildly different life paths made a perfect match.