A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+
Helen and Tabz decided to elope, after years of growing their love story. They shared vows in a personal and private ceremony and froliked the Cornish coastline in celebration of their union.
Taking on plenty of DIY projects, Mikaylee and Taylor brought their outdoor wedding to life with succulents, jewel-toned bridesmaids and their dog, Juke.
Surrounded by only their favorite people, Billie and Montana married at the incredible Green Cathedral in the forests surrounding the Central Coast of New South Wales.
With a guestlist of just 15, Christine & Emma married in an incredibly emotional ceremony in Brisbane, and spend the evening dining out.
Covid meant wedding delays, but it worked out perfectly – they could celebrate with their eight-month-old son.
After planning a micro-wedding, Covid-19 restrictions started to tighten and plans had to change quickly. They found a new venue, a new officiant and surrounded by just a handful of guests they married.
It was important for Miri and Shayna, a same-sex couple, to have a traditional Jewish wedding, and that they did – in a spectacular outdoor ceremony in Toronto.
It wasn’t supposed to be anything more than one night together, but what came was a deep love and an epic romance.
These two brides created a boho feel by incorporating a muted color palette in their woodland outdoor wedding – complete with a triangle arbor.
After cancelling plans for their dream intimate wedding, Ashley and Kari married, just the two of them, while their loved ones live-streamed.