A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
Just three days out from Amelia and Sammy’s wedding day, predicted catastrophic fire conditions meant they needed to move and rearrange the entire day.
When wedding planning came to a halt, Jade and Shannon decided to begin trying for a family – and then found themselves pregnant and planning a wedding.
Erin and Julia waited for a break in the rain to hold their intimate beach ceremony in Florida, only surrounded by their parents, sharing their vows privately.
These two lovers married in a Gatsby inspired New Years Eve Wedding, incorporating personal and unique aspects throughout the ceremony and reception.
After a decade together the time was finally right to celebrate their love in a quirky by simple wedding surrounded by their family.
Bim and Vy waited ten years to marry in France, having fallen in love in Vietnam, a country where the union isn’t legally recognized.
Bri wore a colored, patterned suit, Gabby a boho lace gown. In an outdoor ceremony they shared personal heartfelt vows and became wife and wife.
After 15 and a half years of love, Amanda and Luna decided to make things ‘official’, marrying in a low-key Melbourne ceremony.
Abbey and Dre shared a farmhouse meets boho – indoor/outdoor wedding day in Arizona, surrounded by their loved ones.
Adele & Jas married under a chuppah, they had a handfasting ceremony and broke glass to remember those who couldn’t be there to celebrate.