A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ engagement stories.
The earth shook the day Krystal proposed, quite literally. While Krystal and Mary were engaged back in 2011, they had these engagement photos.
I read aloud the first journal entry which talked about how I wanted to capture our life experiences on paper so we can relive them over and over for years to come. I then pulled out her engagement ring, got down on one knee and also proposed. A double proposal.
One of the standout parts of Jess & Lucie’s story is how Jess proposed. Lucie, a massive fan of Disney and all things fairytales, was handed a leather-bound notebook and inside, Jess had scribed a fairytale, featuring their very own love story. It’s one of the most romantic wedding proposals.
If your partner asked you to climb a rockface, would you? Sophie did, and it turned out to be the perfect proposal on top of Lion Rock, New Zealand.
For a lot, it all starts with a swipe right on Tinder. Ashley and Samantha fell in love and share their (epic) engagement and proposal story.
Their story begins with a conversation that was meant to be short and sweet but turned into a very interesting story of long-distance love & two proposals.
Chantal and Sam share their at-home, intimate, sunset engagement session. Their love is something that grew over time, but when everything aligned they found a home together, grew their family, and at sunrise along the California Beach, Sam asked Chantal, will you marry me?
It happened on August 21, 2017. The day of the solar eclipse, five days after her birthday and sixteen days before our eight year anniversary. I got down on one knee and proposed to my beautiful girlfriend.
For Emmalaine and Maddie, love grew over long nights driving around San Francisco together aimlessly. Within six months they’d moved in together and four years, six months after Emmalaine asked Maddie to be her girlfriend, she got down on one knee and proposed. They share their intimate at-home engagement edit.
We’re both from Manitoba, Canada. We met about two years ago and we’ve been glued at the hip ever since. We spend our time browsing used book-stores, road tripping to concerts, camping, sipping sangria and spending lazy Sundays at home with our guinea pigs and our cat.