A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ wedding stories.
Lucy and Nadia, and their kids, brought to life this weekday, DIY, Jewish, Destination Wedding at Seacliff House in Gerringong, New South Wales
In a chic-boho inspired wedding, surrounded by DIY projects and their favorite people, Brittany and Samantha had their enchanted Cape Town wedding day.
After 9 years together, it only seemed fitting that Meg and Sarah got ready together on their wedding day, and walked down the aisle hand in hand.
After a proposal in Iceland, Mallory and Susan married at Lake Tahoe, surrounded by nature and a handful of their loved ones.
A modern, simple courthouse elopement in the city, with 25 guests and a three-course dinner to follow.
Courtney and Taylor spend a year in a long distance relationship and survived to tell the tale of their epic zoo proposal and forest wedding day.
Amongst the forest, George and Nic shared their wedding vows in a day that was relaxed and brought to life with boho luxe details and love.
In a relaxed wedding at Collits Inn, Beth and Em included family in so many aspects of their wedding day – from grandma’s ring sewn into a dress, to nieces handing over wedding rings.
Non-traditional in every aspect, Charlotte & Laura held a The Guild Hall wedding that had motorbikes, smoke bombs, leather jackets and tartan wedding outfit.
Because of circumstance, Magan and Sophie held a small, intimate ceremony in New Zealand instead of the big celebration they’d originally planned.