In Byron Bay, this couple made promises to one another, and God, in front of a supportive network of those they love, showing faith and being queer can go together.
Hannah and Kay were both raised in the church, and parts of their wedding represented belief that LGBTQIA+ marriage and relationships can coexist with faith.
Ashley and Jen met at church. They had a romantic proposal in an Airbnb in Thailand and just shared their California wedding day with a handful of guests in person, and hundreds more on Zoom.
After 3 years of long-distance dating, and a proposal at a Betty Who concert, Nic and Rachel wed in a flower garden while the Viburnum were in full bloom.
Cara and Erika consider themselves soulmates, their hearts intertwined in a way that is hard to really understand – they’re meant to be.
Adele & Jas married under a chuppah, they had a handfasting ceremony and broke glass to remember those who couldn’t be there to celebrate.
These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
With unaccepting family members, Cassidy and Chelsea decided that an intimate wedding would suit them and their wedding vision perfectly.
They met at church, and found themselves as roomates. Their relationship grew over time, and despite adversity surrounding them, they married in Seattle.