4 LGBTQ+ Inclusive Wedding Vendors
Header Photo by Megan Moura Photography
Whether it be coordinating the event, capturing your special day, or designing floral arrangements, the role of each wedding vendor is to craft the essence of love in all its forms.
Planning a wedding and making sure every detail is perfect for your special day can be a stressful endeavor, so it is important to find vendors who will offer support and love throughout the process.
Finding inclusive wedding vendors is an essential for feeling loved and supported during the wedding planning process, especially for LGBTQ+ couples. As LGBTQ+ Pride Month comes to a close, we would like to highlight some of the many local LGBTQ+ inclusive and queer-owned vendors that you can support all year round.
Photos by John Cu
The Gay Agenda Co.
Although same-sex marriage became legal in Hawai‘i in 2013, there is still plenty of room to grow LGBTQ+ representation in the wedding industry. Inspired to increase the visibility of queer couples in the wedding industry, the founders of The Gay Agenda Co. established the wedding planning service to create a safe space for these couples. The company is not only owned and operated by a staff of Native Hawaiian and LGBTQ+ women, it is also sustainable with a commitment to creating less waste in the wedding industry. When planning your wedding with The Gay Agenda Co., you can be sure of a loving and supportive planning experience.
Tailor Made Custom Catering
This LGBTQ+ owned and operated catering service takes pride in crafting memorable experiences and uniting people through food. The locally inspired and Pan-American menu utilizes high-quality and locally sourced ingredients. Tailor Made additionally offers an assortment of cakes with unique and local flavors including guava, lilikoi, POG, and chantilly. When celebrating the most lovely day of your life, the food you eat should be made with as much love as the love you share with your partner.
Megan Moura Photography
As a proud ally of the LGBTQ+ community, Megan Moura uses her photography to increase visibility of queer love in the wedding industry. With greater representation, Moura hopes that one day all anyone will see in a photo of a queer couple is love. Moura is dedicated to capturing the beauty, affection, and compassion of the love couples share while also extending her own love and support to the couples she photographs. Her stunning photography elegantly communicates the beautiful love between couples.
O‘ahu’s budding florist Bayani Bouquets opened in 2022 to help their customers celebrate special memories with their charming arrangements. The eco-friendly florist, located in Wahiawa, is committed to using environmentally sustainable materials and to protecting the ‘aina. The company is also a proud supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and hosts events to bring the community together. In addition to their stunning designs, they host floral design classes that provide another creative and inspiring opportunity to create memories with your partner. Designing a wedding day bouquet with your partner is a great way to make your florals even more unique and special.