For Amanda & Shine, a micro-wedding in the desert was a compromise – turns out it was the perfect option for them both. With a handful of guests they said ‘I do’.
After they both found themselves forming a friendship supporting one another through unhappy relationships, their chemistry became undeniable.
An uber modern, monotone inspired elopement that features a cool vintage car, two women wildly in love and disco balls – yes, disco balls.
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 having their wedding cancelled, these two lovers celebrated their love in this cozy woodland styled elopement – good practice for the big wedding day
Finding a wedding suit, particularly as an LGBTQ+ person, however, SuitShop has made the process easy and comfortable.
Kayla and Tricia always felt like the black sheep in their families, and so creating a rustic boho wedding that was truly reflective of them was most important.
This wonderfully winter styled wedding inspiration celebrates the love between Kath and Renee, and the incredibly snowy landscapes of New York.
This inspired elopement celebrates LGBTQ+ love and the incredible street art of edgy Shoreditch in London, UK. Proving that elopements don’t need to be fancy or expensive.
After a few false starts, thanks Covid, Laura and Romy had to switch their Melbourne wedding venue last minute to accommodate their modern urban affair.