A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
Meagan is extroverted, Madi an introvert, but they like to think that they complement each…
They had plans for a huge wedding – but COVID put those to a halt. Instead, Kiki and Marianne married legally, and celebrated with a photoshoot and wine.
Amy & Daneen held a private, intimate ceremony in a brewery before they hosted a reception to remember – one that celebrated their love, and beer.
Emily & Riley married on their very own farm, surrounded by their favorite people, tipis and a whole lot of fun and love – wedfest style.
Kate and Maya married with 82 guests in a modern wedding in the heart of Melbourne. They incorportated Polish blessings to honor hertitage and celebrated their marriage.
Brooke and Quinn had their big wedding planned, but COVID hit and they were forced to cancel. They still married, in an intimate ceremony in Alaska.
An organic proposal led to Amber and Joanne bringing to life their garden wedding day in Maryland – a wedding they decided to hold at brunch.
These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
At the end of this ceremony, Becca’s brothers presented Jordii with a beautiful white feather Korowai, a Maori blessing and traditional welcoming into Becca’s family.
After three years of incredible love, Lilah and Taleisha hosted a small modern luxe wedding day at the Calile in Brisbane, Australia.