Your wedding should always include a dose of your own personal style, but it can’t hurt to take a little inspiration from other couples’ nuptials—especially when they’re as pinnable as these details. Below, we rounded up some of our favorite LGBTQ+ weddings full of fashion-forward ideas you’ll want to snag for your own day, from glitter heels to succulent centerpieces.
All That ShimmersMilou + Olin Photography
For a color combo that’s just as glam as black and gold but with a “something blue” twist, these California grooms went for a navy and gold rendition. The scheme works seamlessly with the rustic-chic décor at their tented reception, from the metallic accented cake to the handwritten gold message on the soles of their shoes.
From: A Bright Blue and Gold Wedding at Viansa in Sonoma, California
Graphic GlamAnthony Vazquez
When a professional event planner gets married, you know it can’t be anything short of amazing. These grooms didn’t let any details slide, carrying out their graphic, black-and-white-striped theme everywhere—the aisle runner, the bridesmaid heels and even the drinking straws at the reception.
From: A Harbor Club at Prime Wedding in Huntington, New York
Shabby ChicGeorge Street Photo & Video
This rustic-inspired wedding took place at a truly unique venue that’s part architectural salvage, part vintage store and part museum. To complement the unique setting, the brides went with a handmade, homegrown theme, bringing in touches of lace, mixed florals and antique tableware to create a cozy, romantic ambience that all Etsy-lovers would envy.
A Salvage One Wedding in Chicago, Illinois
Just DesertMatthew David Studio
You don’t typically see desert-dwellers decked out in tuxedos, but we love the contrast between the formal elements and the more casual landscape at this Palm Springs wedding. The black tie affair featured refined tabletop details with subtle nods to the locale, like silver tablecloths and mercury glass votives mixed with succulent-filled glass vases.
From: A Classy Desert-Inspired Wedding at Spencer’s Restaurant in Palm Springs, California
Work of ArtMaypole Studios
Minimal doesn’t mean boring, as proven by this modern wedding at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. With the museum’s crisp white walls as a backdrop, the spotlight was on the grooms and the celebration of their love. Plush charcoal furniture in the reception terrace brought warmth to the open space, as did the gorgeous orchids displayed in geometric vases.
From: A Modern, Artsy Weddings at Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Illinois