A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
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.
Jess & Raquel’s incredible wedding was held in a chapel in Dallas, Texas. Surrounded by romantic florals, they spoke their personal vows, let tears flow, and became wife and wife.
It was love at first sight, the kind that stops you in your tracks. Emilie and Lucy celebrated their love in an intimate farm wedding in Pennsylvania.
Their nine-year age gap never stood in the way oAngelina and Emily’s love. Their rustic meets woodland indoor wedding was everything they had anticipated.
These two lovers planned their Kansas wedding from their home in NYC – pulling together the DIY event just a few days before it came together.
Erica and Kate are from opposite sides of the world, but they’ve found home in Hawaii. They celebrated an intimate tropical wedding in Hawaii.
Bernice & Bhavisha wanted something special but not traditional, without all the pressure of a traditional Western or Indian wedding.
These two lovers got engaged while hiking & their wedding day had a similar feel – it was a DIY boho-inspired day in the Rocky Mountains.