A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
Kaylee and Tasha wed in their home state of Kansas in a backyard, intimate ceremony with camping for guests who wanted to party through the night.
Ashley and Samantha met because Tinder glitched. They married in a modern Beach Chic Malibu wedding overlooking the ocean at sunset.
Kellie and Stacey married at Audleys Wood Hotel surrounded by their family, friends and their children. This London wedding day was traditional and perfect.
Two epic proposals worth their own movie and a wedding in Provincetown among the art galleries and bars, Katy and Jess’ share a unique and creative wedding.
Karla and Kelsey met in middle school, and their relationship endured periods of distance, but love prevailed and the pair married in a barn wedding in Iowa.
While Amy and Bec struggled through times where their family didn’t support their same-sex marriage, their wedding day showed nothing but love and support.
Alex and Jacqui wed in Bawley Point, on the Southern Coast of New South Wales. Two brides who, met working as teachers, share their romantic love story.
Sometimes, wedding planning doesn’t go exactly to plan. As it turned out, Ali and Gianna’s Milwaukee wedding weekend was more perfect than they could have.
Ash and Emma had a big and expensive wedding before marriage equality was on the cards for Australia. They chose an understated beachside elopement in Broome.
In Georgia Young Couture gowns, Georgia & Kate said, ‘I do’ at Sydney’s Terrara House Estate after seven incredible years together.