Gallery: 50 Adorable Lesbian Couples Having Adorable Lesbian Weddings

There are just a lot of lesbian and queer weddings and commitment ceremonies with photos on the Internet, OK? They are adorable.

 

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90 Comments

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    I can never get enough of lesbian wedding photos!!! Nothing makes my heart melt more!

    Which reminds me, I really really want to see a lesbian chick flick wedding movie… suggestions?

  2. 0

    Shameless self promotion: I JUST GOT MARRIED LAST WEEK!

    You can see the photos here: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.4138165176073.2172194.1341952750&type=3&l=a38e30fdfd

    They are not professional photos and the first few are just from my crummy camera, but I think they are cute.

    The day started out rainy, so we also got to take a picture with cute rainbow umbrellas: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=389910661045259&set=a.186660784703582.33932.109988035704191&type=3&theater
    Enjoy πŸ™‚

  3. 0

    Adorable and makes me look forward to my own pending nuptials in September!

    Another note: I’m surprised that the entire wedding industry hasn’t gotten behind equality, what with the fuckton of money they stand to make from it.

    IDEA FOR REALITY SHOW: Two bridezillas plan a wedding. Zing!

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    As much as I make fun of the straight girls on Pinterest, planning their weddings before they’ve even met the groom, I must admit: this single-and-anything queer is a total sucker for adorable lesbian weddings.

    Also, this gallery reminds me of how shamelessly I stalked Lacey Stone and Jessica Clark’s wedding photos when they got hitched.

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    As much as I make fun of the straight girls on Pinterest, planning their weddings before they’ve even met the groom, I must admit: this single-as-anything queer is a total sucker for adorable lesbian weddings.

    Also, this gallery reminds me of how shamelessly I stalked Lacey Stone and Jessica Clark’s wedding photos when they got hitched.

  6. 0

    I think if we’d all just print these photos and slip them into a homophobe’s mailbox the adoribleness would make all the evil melt out of their tiny shrivled homophobic hearts.

  7. 0

    Just feel like I should say that today at Portland (ME) Pride one of my close friends proposed to her gf with the hopes that come November gay marriage will be voted in and they’ll be able to take their own lovely pictures!

    On another note I really feel like someone needs to make a blog called “My Big Fat Gay Wedding”

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    These pictures are so great! They are, indeed, adorable. πŸ™‚ Makes me a little jealous, actually. I very much dislike being the center of attention, and have no desire for a ceremony of any kind, but… just being able to get married, I wish I could do that. As for the ladies in the photos, congratulations!

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    Oh my god. The last picture is of a teacher (the blonde), who used to work at my school, and was the most AMAZING/PERFECT person ever. I seriously had such a huge crush on her, and was so sad when she left. My friends and I are awful people and creeped and found her wife’s fb, so I saw their wedding album, and safe to say, I died. When I saw this article I prayed that her wedding would be in her, but I though it was such a long shot, and there it is, last picture. Autostraddle, I love you.

  10. 0

    How can anyone ever think that their love is wrong and they should not be entitled to marriage if that is what they truly want. I’m sorry to say that back in the day it was frowned upon to just be friends and lovers behind closed doors let alone be married.

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