Carly and Martina treated themselves to new hiking gear to marry amongst the mountains at sunrise – they even managed to get a friend to officiate.
In a black leather jacket, a short white dress and a handful of red roses, this styled elopement celebrates the queer love between Cass & Kerryn.
Fitz and Kendra’s San Francisco City Hall elopement was a day to celebrate the significance of what it means to be Black, queer women, who are children of immigrants living our lives openly and authentically.
Sharing personal vows in a ceremony that was self-officiated, Mindy and Kristina had a very unique and personal Palm Springs Elopement.
After three years together, Courtney and Sam knew that a private elopement in Sedona was the perfect next step.
After needing to cancel their wedding because of COVID, Duda and Megan decided to elope at Death Valley – and it was the best choice they could have made.
Alyssa and Jo eloped in New Orleans, with just their Moms in tow. The ceremony took place at the gorgeous and sacred Tree Of Life, promises and memories made.
After a sunrise hike, Betsy and Lora eloped among the Dolomites. Their adventure elopement was filled with promises, vows and champagne to celebrate wife and wife.
After an undeniable fate brought them back together, Mae and Stella eloped with a handful of guests in the desert of Sedona in a boho inspired day.
A wintery day held host to this styled elopement brought to life with jewel tones, oversized bouquets and a unique hanging floral wedding arbor.