A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+
Destiny and Halley celebrated their love at their mountaintop wedding, surrounded by all their favorite people. They wore beautiful gowns and had a quick change into classy suits for their reception.
Kayla and Tricia always felt like the black sheep in their families, and so creating a rustic boho wedding that was truly reflective of them was most important.
After 3 years of long-distance dating, and a proposal at a Betty Who concert, Nic and Rachel wed in a flower garden while the Viburnum were in full bloom.
After shopping for wedding dresses together, Lisa and Sophia chose matching wedding dresses for their simple, magical, forest elopement and reception at home.
After years of friendship, and supporting one another after through painful divorces, Ewelina and Michelle held a family uniting ceremony with their four children.
After downsizing their more elaborate wedding, Mikayla and Sarah rented an entire park, four cabins, a hall and a chapel and hosted a wedding weekend.
With eighteen bridespeople and a 4:45am start, Sarah and Victoria had their dreamy rustic barn house wedding day in New Jersey.
After a few false starts, thanks Covid, Laura and Romy had to switch their Melbourne wedding venue last minute to accommodate their modern urban affair.
After choosing the St Georges Restaurant, Kat and Sophie needed minimal styling to pull together their modern New Zealand wedding day.
Covid meant that Avy and Lara’s big Halloween wedding had to be canceled, instead, they hosted an intimate backyard wedding with a handful of guests.