Top wedding Websites for same-sex couples
Gay couples have more gay wedding website options than ever before for fabulous tips and support to celebrate their matrimonial bliss in style.
Here’s our “Top 10 Wedding Websites for Gay Couples” list for gay wedding planning at its best!
From LGBT-friendly wedding vendor recommendations to planning a fun gay destination wedding, the websites below are great places to start. Featured here in no particular order, we’re confident this list will help gay couples create the wedding of their dreams.
These are all derived from the same source and founded by a mother who had trouble finding vendors and products for her daughter’s same sex marriage more than a decade ago. The list of vendors and products is the same on all sites. The sites also offers a forum gay couples, as well as advice for supportive straight family and friends. “GayWeddings.com is dedicated to providing products, resources and information networking to same-sex couples who seek to affirm their life-long commitments to each other through commitment ceremonies, civil unions, domestic partnerships, civil marriage and other alternative weddings.”
This website claims to be “… the world's leading wedding and honeymoon magazine and digital resource for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied couples.” The lesbian-owned on-line pub offers a suite of free wedding planning tools, including a guest list manager, a budget manager and an extensive interactive to-do list.
Launched in September 2000 as the first wedding gift registry in the world dedicated to gay & lesbian couples. Not only can you find local gay wedding vendors at the website, it also produces wedding expos for gay couples and offers a print magazine. Its mission is “… to serve as a bridge for gay and lesbian couples and their allies to access the resources they need to successfully plan their weddings, free from discrimination.” It claims that it has screened 5,000 businesses in its resource directory.
Founded by a gay couple who legally married in 2008, it is a “Mom and Pop” style website that might be better for those who are overwhelmed by the vast array of choices and options on other sites. It is also a good source for up to date news about the legal fight for same sex marriage. Purple Unions is “… a place where gay and lesbian couples can find gay friendly wedding vendors to help them plan their perfect wedding day and donates a portion of the profits to groups fighting for gay marriage around the world.”