A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ engagement stories.
When they met, Annie wasn’t sure about her sexuality and had just come out of a long-term relationship with an emotionally abusive man – she’s now found love
Jessica grew up in a homophobic family, and it’s been a hard journey – but, it makes Adrianne and Jessica’s engagement all that more special.
After 10 years together, Casey and Vanessa (who’d consider themselves opposites) decided that marriage would be the next step – after the proposal, they eloped.
Cardinals v. Dodgers baseball at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, on the home plate, Josie asked McKenna to be her wife.
It’s been a journey of self discovery for Amy, who found themselves falling in love with another woman and questioning their sexuality – however, the journey has a happy ending.
Their first date was at a beach, so it felt right that their proposal would happen next to the coast too – they even had a photographer their to capture the special moment.
Captured by @toriosteraa
It was a race to see who proposed first, whoever proposed first was the last name they take as wives. Casey won, fair and square with a secret proposal in Colorado with a vintage ring.
When they met, Alli was still coming to terms with her sexuality and ultimately decided to call things off and remain friends. Years later, they reconnected.
Among the mountains of West Lafayette, Kendra planned the perfect (elaborate) surprise proposal to her future wife, Alex.
Working out how to find Grace’s ring size without her knowing was going to be a challenge, so Georgia went about it in a creative unique way.