In gowns designed by Colby John Bridal, these two brides shared a private ceremony in the hills of Tennessee before meeting with their family and friends for the biggest colorful celebration of love.
It’s been a journey of giving up religion, navigating coming out and family dynamics, and living in two different countries, but all those moments have led to this wild, intimate wedding
My Lover Cindi was the perfect venue for Kate & Rach to host their modern disco wedding – with bright florals, confetti and neons.
At Zonzo Estate, these two humans who fell in love online, brought to life this modern feminine wedding day with an inclusive list of wedding vendors and gave back to LGBTQ+ charities.
Their love tale was nothing short of love at first sight – but they weren’t able to come out right way because they feared losing friends and disappointing loved ones.
It took time for Dani to come out and explore her own sexuality, and while she did her love for Michaela only grew deeper. Their wedding day was focused on love and family.
After falling in love, and booking The Green Cathedral before their New Years Day double proposal, Dee & Gibbo threw the DIY wedding of their dreams.
They planned their destination wedding in New Orleans from afar, but every detail of this celebration came together perfectly.
This modern, eclectic and electric wedding inspiration celebrates Britt and Mel – surrounded by neon at The Grist Mill, it’s a queer love explosion.
They met playing roller derby and celebrated their love after seven years together in this super fun, rockabilly-esque wedding celebration.