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
Their first date was at a beach, so it felt right that their proposal would happen next to the coast too – they even had a photographer their to capture the special moment.
Captured by @toriosteraa
Ash had to make the difficult decision to not invite her parents, who were unsupportive of her relationship, to her wedding – and it was the best decision she could have made.
At just 13 these two soulmates met, but it was hard. Deena’s family was homophobic and tried to keep them apart. Despite it all, their love thrived.
Having unsupportive family in the process of planning your wedding can be challenging, and it was something that Emily & Georgia had to overcome.
After a courthouse elopement seven years ago, Edith and Whitney decided to renew their vows at Big Sur, Los Angeles, surrounded by a handful of loved ones.
After being outed by a member of the church, Lauren has struggled through a lack of acceptance of her sexuality for a long time. They kept their relationship secret for a long time.
They met at church, and struggled through feelings that they had both been told were wrong their whole lives. They lost family, and friends, but found one another.
Their journey to love has had its challenges, through unsupportive family relationships, ultimatums, and finding vulnerability they’ve overcome it all.
They each proposed on Easter morning and got to planning their emotional indoor wedding surrounded by their favorite people.