A gay girl’s guide to destination weddings

Together 10 years, Moore and Harley exchanged wedding vows a beachside ceremony in Los Cabos, Mexico in 2012

Mignon Moore and Elaine Harley’s lesbian destination wedding in Los Cabos, Mexico in 2012 (Photo via BlackEnterprise)

BY JEANNINE BOTTORFF
Tagg Magazine

Destination Weddings have been gaining popularity over the past few years. They are great for many reasons. They give you the ability to pare down your guest list, to help you make your wedding a unique event, and most of all, to create an unforgettable memory for you and your partner. This holds true whether you are gay or straight, and now, there are an increasing number of countries around the world that feel the same way and want to welcome you on the happiest days of your lives.

Some of the most stunning locations are waiting with their crystal blue seas, soaring mountains and soft sandy beaches. One such place is New Zealand where same sex unions have just been legalized. They are expected an influx of people from all over the world and especially from their neighbor, Australia, where such unions are not legal yet. If you want your wedding to have a Latin vibe, why not Rio? Same sex unions are not legal throughout Brazil, but they are in Rio de Janerio. And of course, if you want to stay stateside, you can choose Rehoboth Beach, Delaware with its quaint seaside charm or Seattle, Washington’s laid back Pacific vibe.

Read more destination ideas at TaggMagazine.com

Tagg Magazine is a print and online resource for LBT women in the DC Metropolitan and Rehoboth, DE areas.

 

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