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As a queer couple, some wedding traditions didn't work, so Avi and Christina planned an intentional and meaningful elopement in the desert

This styled shoot challenges gender norms, and celebrates love at its very core. Jay and Sam are married, and wore tulle ball gowns to celebrate.

They've known one another a decade, and a natural love grew between these two nonbinary humans who just celebrated their engagement.

After a double proposal, these two nonbinary queer humans decided to elope in Las Vegas, and have a whole lot of fun doing it!

If you don't put yourself out there, you might not meet the person you're meant to be with - ask Shanda and Sapphire. After 8 years together, they're engaged.

Overcoming a long-distance relationship between Brazil and the US, on trip to finally see one another they both proposed to one another, at the same picnic. They eloped in Colorado.

Madison & Trish asked their handful of guests to wear ugly Christmas Sweaters to their Christmas inspired backyard wedding.

This Kentucky queer, sober wedding was one of personal wedding vows, a handfasting ceremony and a whole lot of dancing, well into the night.

Based out of Seattle, LOLiDE is an inclusive jewelry designer specializing in wedding and engagement rings who works in a way that is eco-conscious and ethical.

Imagine being able to fit and feel your engagement or wedding jewelry before you buy - Aide Memoire's unique ring buying experience is here.

Their marriage hasn't always been accepted by Olalekan's family who are from Nigeria, and it's been one of the hardest struggles they've had to overcome together.