I whole-heartedly believe that simply featuring an LGBTQ+ couple in your portfolio is not enough to be able to consistently appeal to, and book, LGBTQ+ clients.
Representing the queer community is about more than just dropping a queer couple into another heteronormative narrative. It’s a responsibility to do more than put us into a predetermined box.
We are all human beings, and when it comes to this industry, we are all in the business of celebrating love. Let’s take care of each other. Let’s make each other feel valued and important, for the simple reason that each of us IS valuable and important.
I adore the story of this elopement, and think it speaks so much to what really matters when it comes to wedding planning. Your wedding should be about you and your partner. But when you’re really in the thick of it, this concept is just so easy to lose your grip on.
I met Claire almost a million years ago when we lived in the same small-ish Missouri town, and attended the same wild parties. She worked with my best friend, and it was inevitable that we would eventually cross paths. The early versions of Claire that I knew then, are not remembered now. What can I […]
A simple, quick, and non-religious ceremony script! This ceremony script is also LGBTQ+ and gender inclusive!
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Photos of Tori + Chelsie by:
Caitlyn Cloud Photography |
Hannah Bee Photography |
Liz Erban Photography |
We The Romantics |
Tia Nash Photography |
Amber Garrett Photography |
Nina Sheffield Photography |
Hannah Rita Photography |
Jenni Chung Photography