A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
While they had thought of eloping, their Preist convinced them to have just a handful of their favorite people in attendance as they shared vows in their own backyard.
Their journey to love has had its challenges, through unsupportive family relationships, ultimatums, and finding vulnerability they’ve overcome it all.
Laura and Sarah are the classic story of falling in love with your straight best friend. Only it turned out, the feelings were mutual.
Katie and Rachel married at Quirk, a fun, bright, modern wedding venue with a whole lot of personality and spark.
They weren’t able to have any family or friends in attendance, so, Kayla and Maddy married in a forest surrounded by trees and cameras live streaming their ceremony.
Meredith and Rachel’s wedding day is filled with quirky little nods to inside jokes between them and elements that turn on the fun.
They each proposed on Easter morning and got to planning their emotional indoor wedding surrounded by their favorite people.
With plans for family and friends to fly in from across the world, Jameela and Midori had to cancel plans and simplify their wedding to just 25 guests.
Wedding plans were ever-changing thanks to the pandemic, however in a loft surrounded by their closest loved ones, Alejandra and Rachel finally said ‘I do.’
Covid meant their Vegas elopement was cancelled, but their quaint four-guest celebration at home in the UK was more perfect than they could have dreamt.