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Pride month edition - Most Adorable & heartwarming LGBTQ+ Weddings!

June 24, 2022

It’s pride month and to celebrate this we have picked some Most Adorable & heartwarming LGBTQ+ Weddings that left everyone in awe

It’s pride month and to celebrate this we have picked some Most Adorable & heartwarming LGBTQ+ Weddings that left everyone in awe. Love will be Love! It is more straightforward said than accepted. But, in past few years or so we have seen our community coming together and supporting same-sex weddings with much love. And, we hope that all of us keep supporting love, irrespective of gender.

To praise that adoration, joy and pride, we have handpicked our favorite LGBTQ weddings from the Internet. In addition to the fact that they are wonderful, they cause us to have confidence in affection somewhat more. Here's to the pride month that we ought to celebrate today and consistently! ️‍

Amit Shah and Aditya Madiraju

This lovely NRI couple Amit and Aditya are initially from India and stay in New Jersey. This stylish Gay couple madly in love broke all the barriers and stood forward to tie the knot traditionally and made it clear that Indian LGBTQ+ weddings can be super extravagant and stylish too. Their marvelous wedding service occurred at BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir, Robbinsville in New Jersey, America. The couple was slaying in their twinned wedding outfits by the popular Indian designer Anita Dongre.The grooms who proved love is love and were daring enough to love out loud finished off their look with multiple layered ruby necklaces.

Saima and Bianca

For Bianca Maieli and Saima Ahmad,it all started at a poetry reading called ‘Coming out Muslim’ to fall in love and end up marrying each other.Saima & Bianca hit off instantly and became forever since then. This dazzling California-based couple nonchalantly dated for a year before they were officially dating. Bianca is initially from India and Colombo and Saima hails from Pakistan. Very much like their different foundations, their Indian LGBTQ+ wedding was likewise an extraordinarily enthusiastic affair.This Indo-Pak couple and US-based couple shook every one of the customary standards and crossed each limit for their love. Saima and Bianca's wedding was a special arrangement and was held in Bianca's dad's lawn. Both the ladies got their dresses planned by one of their companions, Bilal Kazimov.

Amit Patel and Martin Fulton

The romantic tale of Amit and Martin began very nearly quite a while back in December 2010 when they were introduced by a mutual friend on Facebook. For more than four and a half years, the couple shared a long distance relationship across two cities when Amit lived in New York City and Martin in Michigan. Amit and Martin met exclusively over the course of the end of the week when Martin would drive so that six hours might see Amit. It was right around a long time since their most memorable gathering when Patel got down on one knee to see about getting married to Martin on the Bow Bridge in Manhattan, one of the main places the couple went together. The couple chose to secure the bunch in a multicultural wedding, as Amit needed a big fat Indian Wedding, and Martin wanted for a private Christian function. On the big day, the room was enveloped in love, as the love birds donned custom Tarun Tahiliani Ankara work bundis with simple kurtas and mojris. Their magnificent Indian LGBTQ+ wedding surely left everyone warmhearted.

Ayesha Nageshwaran and Katja Hahnloser

This lesbian couple who were companions for for 30 years. Meet New Delhi-based entrepreneur Ayesha Nageshwaran and her Switzerland-born wife, Katja Hahnloser-Nageshwaran, owner of a fashion boutique in Zürich. On the day they finished one year of togetherness, Ayesha proposed in Jaisalmer, and to make that second significantly more exceptional.In their Indian LGBTQ+ wedding in India, the couple broke all the stereotypes surrounding sexual orientation. Held across Jaisalmer, Delhi, and Zurich Ayesha and Katja’s cross-culture marriage blended two different centuries-old traditions with western customs. Their big day was a wonderful daylight filled afternoon where they took their wedding vows to be together everlastingly in the presence of all their near and dear ones.

Keshav Suri and Cyril

From a charming proposal in Paris to spectacular performances by drag queens in Goa to a reception in New Delhi, this multicultural wedding between the Indian hospitality tycoon and his French entrepreneur beau was an extraordinary one. It required decades for this pair to turn out to be each other's ever after. Keshav Suri, the chief head of the Lalit Hotels, and Cyril Feuillebois, the organizer behind Kronokare Cosmetics exchanged their wedding vows in an intimate beach  Indian LGBTQ+ wedding in Goa on the 10th anniversary of the day they met.. Encircled by their nearest individuals, well-wishers, and supporters, the couple wore the outfits planned by Shantanu and Nikhil for their exceptional day. Their marvelous Indian LGBTQ+ wedding was the most enchanted and extreme affair which genuinely showed their unbound and unrestricted love.

Shannon and Seema

If you think love at first sight is a myth! Well, not in the case of this romantic couple Shannon & Seema. The lesbian couple initially met each other at a wellness community and it was love at first sight. Shannon, a health specialist, had then gone to an individual educator and declared, "I will wed her" and after six years, they sealed the deal and are so in love. The couple disregarded society’s rigid rules on sexual orientation and went ahead to solemnize their love for each other. Their Indian LGBTQ+ wedding took place in July 2013, officially making it the first Indian American lesbian marriage in America, formally making it the primary Indian American lesbian marriage in America. The couple facilitated a marvelous Indian-style fabulous wedding service at SmogShoppe in Los Angeles. Their customary Indian LGBTQ+ wedding function highlighted numerous old rituals, which included Seema being conveyed into her wedding on a Doli by her loved ones.

Reema Tharani and Priya Arora

Priya Arora is the manager of a web recording channel devoted to carrying acknowledgement to the LGBT people group 'Queering Desi'. Reema Tharani and Priya Arora found love in one another and had a wonderful 3-day eccentric Desi marriage at an exotic location at Hard Rock Hotel in Cancun. Their desi exotic marriage was finished according to the Hindu rituals with Mehendi and Haldi service and a day wedding along the seashore. Their oceanside Indian LGBTQ+ wedding was certainly a captivating fantasy. The wedding festivities ended with an elegant reception which the couple hosted for their close relatives and the two gladly started their ‘happily ever after’

Supriyo Chakraborty and Abhay Dang

The pair, Supriyo Chakraborty and Abhay Dang, got hitched in a private ceremony, attended by several loved ones.This intimate ceremony was replete with varmala and wedding sherwani. The function saw Bengali and Punjabi wedding ceremonies as Supriyo, a senior faculty member at a prominent hotel management institute, is from Kolkata, and Abhay, an MNC employee, is from Delhi. The wedding is being dubbed the first Indian LGBTQ+ wedding in Telangana and comes at a time of a growing chorus for legalizing gay weddings.

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It’s pride month and to celebrate this we have picked some Most Adorable & heartwarming LGBTQ+ Weddings that left everyone in awe