Category Archive

LGBTQ

At Offbeat Wed, we celebrate all queer identities and have subcategories for lesbian weddings, transgender weddings, gay weddings, and bisexuality & pansexuality, as well as genderqueer and non-binary gender identity issues.

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Jill & Kimeee’s lesbian barn dance & Mad Libs wedding… with goats

We didn’t have a lot of money nor were all of my family willing to acknowledge or participate, so we knew right from the beginning this was gonna be DIY to the max — just the way we like it.

Transgender wedding dresses

Finding the perfect wedding dress for a transgender bride

“I’m a bridesmaid in a close friend’s wedding this summer — R is transgender, and she’s struggling to find a dress on a budget.”

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Jo & Nova: two brides, two countries with two weddings

Joe and Nova had two wedding ceremonies: one in the peak of summer in their home town of Perth, Australia (which they called our “Unlawful Union” as gay marriage is not recognised over there, and one a few days later in Canada.

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Anli & Laura’s Lesbian Gamer Geek Wedding

Anli and Laura’s wedding is one of the most popular weddings we’ve ever featured. It’s not hard to see why…

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Julie & Stephanie’s San Francisco Zoo Wedding

“Our ceremony was held on the African Savannah at the Zoo, and the grounds keepers threw a bunch of feed out so there were zebras, kudu, ostriches, etc out eating while we were exchanging our vows.”

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Laura & Gosia’s Beautiful & Fun, All-Bride, All-Dress Wedding

“We couldn’t agree who had to change her last name, so we played a Name Change Soccer Game the afternoon before the wedding with our guests, and the winner’s team got to pick our new last name.”