Get out the tissues and your best walking shoes, we’re taking a stroll down memory lane! Today, we round out our Destify Pride Series with some of our top same-sex destination weddings from the past few years. From Mexico to the Dominican Republic, these Destify Couples have stolen our hearts and have demonstrated how love can transcend borders. Let’s dive into the unforgettable memories that we continue to cherish:
AJ and Matt’s Wedding at Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta
The pair was blown away by how much fun everyone had, and they were surprised to see exactly 50 people there. Their visitors are still raving about the experience! From start to finish, the Hyatt resort exceeded their expectations.
Ed and Billy’s Wedding at The Fives Azul Beach
“We felt like celebrities,” the couple remarked, and they adored the Justice of the Peace who officiated the ceremony. At their reception, the DJ did an outstanding job of playing the songs they had chosen. They threw a cheese and wine reception on the last day, which served as the ideal farewell and thank you to their visitors.
Richard and Ryan’s Wedding at Dreams Tulum
The wedding ceremony and events were simplified by the couple. They threw a cocktail hour with snacks and beverages on the night most of their guests arrived. The pair believed that their guests deserved a holiday as well. Ergo, they intended to give them plenty of time to rest and enjoy the resort.
Rosea and Bianca’s Wedding at Dreams La Romana
Around 5 p.m., they performed a magical beach ceremony. Following that, the guests were treated to a cocktail hour as the couple snapped photos along the beachfront. The reception was moved to a secluded beach location, including everything from exquisite food to a surprise for Rosea: fireworks! Many of the guests, including the couple, made the most of their Dominican Republic holiday. They went on a catamaran snorkeling tour to Saona Island and also planned a fun dune buggy ride.
Tiana and Jessica’s Wedding at the Occidental at Xcaret
The pair wedded in a lovely ceremony by azure waves at the oceanside Garden Gazebo. Tiana and Jessica staged a stunning cocktail hour after the ceremony while doing a picture shoot. Following that, the newlyweds welcomed guests to a music-filled celebration at the Beach Club, which they extended by an hour.
Tramaine and Shannon’s Wedding at Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta
On the day of the wedding, the couple decided to shake things up by throwing a cocktail hour before the ceremony. They did this to take advantage of “the magic hour,” a term used in the film industry to describe the time when the sun sets. This resulted in some of the most stunning photographs of the whole wedding procession. The couple held an all-white ceremony, with the bridal party and the majority of the guests wearing white as well. The presidential balcony included white roses and candles, and a chamber draped in white organza cloth.