A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ wedding stories.
After seven years together, Chrissie and Megan made their nice, but on a reasonable budget, urban Melbourne wedding day come to life.
Christine and Mandy celebrated with a rustic wedding in a castle that blended their Scottish and South African heritages.
Incorporating Jewish traditions into their two bride wedding was something that was important – that and incorporating their mutual love of beer.
Surrounded by incredible wedding flowers, Kayla & Kelly brought to life their modern Cleveland wedding that had plenty of funky personalization.
Emily and Tarisa chose an outdoor wedding at Small Talk Vineyards, and then chose a brand new last name to celebrate their union.
After meeting online, between lockdowns, they shared a simple, Melbourne city wedding after less than two years together – because when you know, you know.
Mary and Sally both wore suits at their queer New Orleans wedding day – one that included a special ode to their favorite Mardi Gras walking parades.
Throwing a queer celebration was a top priority for Becca and Kim who married in a tiny chapel on the ranch – a true celebration complete with a bounce house.
After 25 years together, and multiple proposals, Nicola and Rebecca finally married in a fun and relaxed wedding in Palm Cove.
Knowing that a gold wedding sequin gown, and native florals, would be the only appropriate attire and floral combination for their modern Melbourne wedding