A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
Cara and Erika consider themselves soulmates, their hearts intertwined in a way that is hard to really understand – they’re meant to be.
Because of Covid restrictions, Allie and Cait went from a wedding of 100 guests, to one with just two witnesses.
In Colorado, you can self-officiate your own wedding and elopement, which is exactly what Courtney and Dani decided to do.
Surrounded by snow, their loved ones, and their dog, Lexi and Michaela said ‘I do’. Their Montana wedding was intimate and perfect.
Christie and Rose have overcome a lot to be together. Rose identified as straight when she fell in love with Christie, coming out to her family, friends, and herself in the process.
Erica was married to a man, and Emily was also in an unhappy marriage when these two met while working together at the same law firm. Their connection and chemistry was undeniable.
Wearing a custom suit and champagne glitter dress, Caitlin & Karianne had a short and meaningful ceremony, leaving plenty of time for the two to dance up a storm with their loved ones.
They met playing roller derby and celebrated their love after seven years together in this super fun, rockabilly-esque wedding celebration.
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.