A love story that started with a Deathly Hallows tattoo, that grew into a Harry Potter inspired proposal and has manifested into a free wedding.
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.
These two lovers met of the softball field, so it was only fitting that the very same field was the one where they would become engaged lovers.
An impromptu photoshoot between lovers in self-isolation from COVID-19. Hunter and Liv also share with us a little snapshot into their love story, so far…
With unaccepting family members, Cassidy and Chelsea decided that an intimate wedding would suit them and their wedding vision perfectly.
With a love from Disneyland, Annamarie and June created a bohemian meets fairytale inspired wedding; beautiful flowers, hanging lanterns, and fairy lights.
Celebrating two years of love with a photography session, these two queer lovers met in Tennessee, knew one another for five years before their love story began.
They met at church, and found themselves as roomates. Their relationship grew over time, and despite adversity surrounding them, they married in Seattle.
After living 8000 miles apart and enduring a long-distance relationship, Kate and Sarah married in an intamate wedding in Central Park.
Kaylee & Suz met at a queer prom, fell in love and chose to elope to New York City and share their vows up top a rooftop – intimate and perfect.