A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ engagement stories.
With a shared love for camping, Mel asked Tayte to marry her [more anxious about the ring than anything else] on a glamping adventure in Daylesford, Victoria
Aveena planned three engagements, just in case everything didn’t go to plan – turns out, not everything did. They’re planning a wedding celebrating their two cultures.
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The forest held host to this Adelaide wedding ceremony, but the couple’s very own backyard was the most fitting place to really throw their wedding reception.
When Paige first asked Rachel’s parents if she could marry their daughter, they said no – and pleaded that she didn’t They’re now planning a wedding without the support. In fact, they aren’t involved at all.
With the threat of losing marriage equality rights in Brazil looming, Marilia proposed to Maria with a $3 ring in their kitchen, the moment didn’t ask for anything fancy.
When a holiday popped up to the Whitsundays, Emma knew she had to take Jo by surprise with a day she’d never forget.
After an engagement overshadowed by an unsupportive family member and a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, Kalin and Marnie knew Disneyland was the place to celebrate their engagement.
A scavenger hunt led Caty to their favorite picnic spot, where Heather was waiting patiently on one knee to propose to her wife-to-be.
A blizzard in Colorado nearly stopped an overseas holiday, a holiday where Malanei planned to propose to her girlfriend, Kacee. Thankfully, it didn’t.