A collection of LGBTQ+ weddings from around the world.
Another Tinder love story turned beautiful romance. These two married in an indoor wedding ceremony that was a good mix of industrial meets boho.
They had a 130-guest affair planned, and then COVID made it unsafe. Instead, they married in an intimate beachside picnic wedding with a handful of loved ones.
Surrounded by a handful of loved ones and their favorite animals, Alejandra and Erika married in an intimate ceremony in their home town of Puebla, Mexico.
After an engagement in the Catskills on a camping trip, Brooke and Nicole planned their entire DIY Forest Wedding in just ten days.
Cayla & Heidi married at Collingwood Children’s Farm in a wedding that wasn’t filled with the usual expectations and traditions. Instead, it was a day that was uniquely them.
Ashley and Olivia threw a four-day long ‘summer camp’ style wedding day amongst the Northern California redwoods.
A broken foot and a wildfire couldn’t even stand in the way of these two lovers saying ‘I do’. They have a joint love of beer, so, a brewery wedding was fitting.
A proposal with an aluminium foil ring was what led Min and Tina down the road to planning a perfect garden wedding in their home, Perth.
Chantelle & Chelsea met at a tattoo studio, but wouldn’t start dating for a number of years. They celebrated their wedding with their 8-year-old daughter by their side.
They did want to skip a wedding alltogether, but they eventually decided on an intimate wedding with just a handful of their favorite people.