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.
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.
Sharing personal vows in a ceremony that was self-officiated, Mindy and Kristina had a very unique and personal Palm Springs Elopement.
For Nini this was a second marriage, coming into it with a child. For Nik, there were challenges of an autoimmune disease. But, they’ve overcome it all.
After three years together, Courtney and Sam knew that a private elopement in Sedona was the perfect next step.
After a first date that ended after twelve hours, a Hallmark proposal in Paris on Valentines Day, Chelsea and Taylor brought together an all female and non-binary team to create wedding magic.
This eco-luxe inspired wedding takes inspiration from the garden with a soft floral meets whimsical feel – two brides one in an emerald suit, the other a flowing gown.
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.
In a raw silk gown and a tuxedo, Nikki and Tashia proved that opposites attract in their meaningful wedding ceremony.