These cute gay and lesbian weddings prove that even a global pandemic can’t stop love.
Each one of these sweet LGBTQ couples still managed to tie the knot in a meaningful way!
Read on to see how they did it.
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Cute Gay And Lesbian Weddings During the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t seem to be stopping, but these LGBTQ couples aren’t letting that get in the way of their dreams.
All these gay and lesbian weddings that happened during this pandemic show that anything is possible with a little creativity and a whole lot of love.
Of course, they respected the social distancing guidelines in the process and ensured everyone’s safety.
Cezar and Kyle
Cezar and Kyle wed on April 18, after realizing their June wedding didn’t really have any chance of going on.
Instead, they managed to arrange a small backyard wedding at the home of one of Kyle’s friends.
The couple was lucky enough to get their marriage license before the city of San Francisco closed the offices.
Happily, they also found a friend to officiate the weeding, so everything was perfect.
The 10 people present at the wedding party, including the grooms wore masks and kep everything as safe as it could be.
Bri and Lindsay
Bri and Lindsay are a Texas lesbian couple.
They initially planned to marry on the Easter weekend, but the virus stopped them in a very unusual way.
After receiving a call informing them that one of their relatives tested positive for the virus, they had to reanalyze everything.
Luckily, they discovered that Doc’s Drive-In located in Buda was still open, since it’s an “essential business.”
After calling there, their new plan was on, so they went ahead and had an amazing and very safe wedding!
Amanda and Reilly
Amanda and Reilly rose to fame as the adorable New York couple who married in the street when the pandemic was just starting.
One of their friends officiated the wedding from his 4th floor apartment, while their friends safely watched everything from a car, respecting the social distancing measures.
They found an amazing solution and managed to get married before everything started going down. Riley stated.
We were planning on getting married in October, but when this all started getting real we figured that it could potentially impact our wedding, and we also knew it might impact Amanda’s job.
Harry and Brian
Harry and Brian are a very special couple, and they decided to make everything official at the age of 58 and 62.
Their story is really amazing, considering the fact that Harry was married to a woman for 20 years.
In this time, he also had to fight his internalized homophobia and manage to be happy with who he was.
Their wedding happened online, on April 25, and they are a beautiful and very balanced couple.
Harry told Washington Blade,
It was most important to us for people to honor and witness our wedding.
Right now, we can only hope that everyone is safe, and we are really happy to see that people are still managing to find happiness despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
All these cute gay and lesbian weddings during this pandemic are definitely showing us that everything is possible if you believe it, and we are sure that there will be many more moments like this!