June is a wonderful month. Not only because it brings about the start of summer (finally!), but also because of Pride. People come together to celebrate love, friendship, and unity, regardless of gender expression or sexual orientation. We at Rock My Wedding pride ourselves (pardon the pun) on the variety of weddings we offer. In honour of Pride Month, we’re sharing a roundup of some Lesbian wedding inspiration. A roundup of our Gay weddings is coming very soon - keep your eyes peeled!
Every lesbian wedding included is filled with love, style, class and fun. If one of your favourite parts of weddings is the brides and dresses, then you’re in for a treat. Twice as nice! Most importantly, these weddings emphasise the importance of being proud of who you are and who you love - and that, more than anything, is what it’s all about.
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BRIDAL JUMPSUIT WITH CAPE
A handmade bridal jumpsuit with a cape? FIVE days of wedding celebrations? Yes please. Chloe and Allison certainly celebrated in style at Colehayes, hosting pub quizzes, rounders games, scone baking workshops and more. Both brides looked glorious, with Allison wearing a dress from Recommended supplier, Made With Love Bridal.
TREMENHEERE SCULPTURE GARDENS WEDDING
A magical summer ceremony in every way, Eleanor and Karissa brought together West Cornwall, East London and the Caribbean for their multicultural wedding. Two brides and six brides made up a very dreamy team. And Eleanor and Karissa’s toddler bringing the rings down the aisle made for a gorgeous and intimate ceremony - all captured beautifully by Recommended photographer Jessica Hopwood.
ROMANTIC ELMORE COURT WEDDING WITH TWO BRIDES
Vimbai and Lea had everyone at their stunning Elmore Court ceremony feeling full of love and happiness. They included friends and family either doing readings, makeup, or making the cake, and even had a double rainbow appear during the couples’ portraits. Stunning from start to finish. Tied off with the ever-fabulous Recommended venue Elmore Court, this lesbian wedding is certainly one for the books.
MARYLEBONE HOTEL WEDDING RECEPTION WITH GOLD BALLOONS
Claudia and Kate went for modern and chic styling for their Marylebone hotel wedding reception, and boy, did they do well. This ceremony summarised everything they loved about nighttime in the city. Good food, good friends and family, groove-busting entertainment and great cocktails. Captured by Recommended supplier Kirsty Mackenzie Photography, this gorgeous couple entered this new and exciting chapter of their lives with so much style it’s almost unfair.
HOLMES MILL WEDDING WITH DISNEY THEME
Yep, you read that right - Disney theme. We’re not jealous, you are… Ashleigh and Emily’s wedding at Recommended venue Holmes Mill was like a movie. With a rustic and boho vibe and individual Disney themed centrepieces, the brides looked absolutely beautiful, surrounded by their close friends and family. Huge props to Recommended supplier Esme Whiteside Photography, who captured this love-filled lesbian wedding, felt by everyone in attendance, perfectly.
THE GREAT TYTHE BARN WEDDING WITH TWO BRIDES
DIY decor, 6 different DJs (including one of the brides!) and a vibrant, boho vibe made for the wedding of Tash and Amy’s dreams at The Great Tythe Barn. The two dresses were so different yet so perfectly suited together. Recommended photographer Leah Lombardi captured the effortless style of this incredible couple brilliantly.
LESBIAN WEDDING WITH PUMPKIN WEDDING DECORATIONS
Who knew that pumpkin decorations were so stylish? Alex and Rae clearly did, as their gorgeous wedding encapsulated everything Autumnal and down to earth. And as Rae states - that is the same as the feeling of true love - and we can’t agree more (and maybe we cried a through this wedding… can you blame us?!)
TWO BRIDES WEST MILL DERBY
Three aisles, two brides, and one romantic rustic venue. An awe-inspiring and unique lesbian wedding if we ever did see one! Jasmine and Stephanie, who met playing rugby, threw a tremendous ball at a rugby club right after the ceremony. With Twig and Vine Photography capturing the love in the air (and the rainbow smoke bombs?!), we’re completely obsessed with every detail.
BRIDES IN JUMPSUITS AT BARN WEDDING
Jumpsuits have made a mighty comeback in the wedding world. Clearly, Sarah and Tash understood the assignment - with not one, but TWO bridal jumpsuits. Not only did they write the ceremony themselves, but Sarah’s mother created her jumpsuit, train, and veil herself! The decorations were homemade, and the entire wedding stunned at one of our Recommended venues Cripps Barn. A dream come true, for guests and brides alike. We love!
SAME SEX COUPLE AT EVER AFTER
We adore an outdoor wedding venue, but two brides eloping alongside their beautiful daughter made it all the more special. Bright bold florals and boho chic wedding gowns harmonised perfectly with the relaxed and chilled vibes of brides Jill and Emma - and the wedding converse were the cherry on top of a beautiful cake.
ST GEORGE’S HALL LIVERPOOL WEDDING
Relocating your wedding from Boston, USA to Liverpool due to the pandemic would be enough to upset many a nearly-wed, but Lauren and Jo made it work, and had the day of their dreams. The whole ceremony oozed pride and passion, with stunning dresses, a glorious headpiece, an adorable baby suited up, and an unbridled feeling of true love. Pass the tissues, please!
As Lauren and Jo's matching denim jackets say - love is love.
Like we said, June is a special month. Commemorating the Stonewall Riots in 1969 that paved the way for gay rights around the world, communities far and wide come together to celebrate what has been achieved. This isn’t to say that there isn’t still a large amount of work to be done, but instead of focusing on that, we want to shine light on where we are now. This roundup exhibits some of the beautiful, real and true love that we at Rock My Wedding are constantly trying to show, not just in June. Our ethos remains the same - your day, your way.
We are constantly trying to ensure that everybody feels represented, and we wholeheartedly encourage submissions from everyone and anyone. If you’d like to be featured, let your photographer know and ask them to submit your wedding using our online submissions platform. Make sure to also have a look at our latest Diversity and Inclusivity update.
See you very soon for our next roundup - until then!