Best Cities in America for LGBTQ Weddings?
Kirsten Ott Palladino, 8 years ago 1 min read
If you’re considering a destination wedding, perhaps you’ll want to consider one of the queerest cities in America.
Tacoma, Washington, No. 8. Photo: Musuem of Glass
If you’re considering a destination wedding, perhaps you’ll want to consider one of the queerest cities in America, which, according to The Advocate are the ones in this list. Which ones have you been to? Equally Wed magazine is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and we’ll vouch for it being full of wonderful LGBTQ people and possibly on the brink of marriage equality!
15. Carlsbad, CA
15. Carlsbad, CA
14. Washington, DC
13. Cambridge, MA
12. Boise, ID
11. Spokane, WA
10. Boulder, CO
9. Davenport, IA
8. Tacoma, WA
7. Erie, PA
6. Salt Lake City, UT
5. Madison, WI
4. Lansing, MI
3. West Palm Beach, FL
2. Atlanta, GA
1. DAYTON, OHIO
Kirsten Ott Palladino
Kirsten Ott Palladino is an award-winning editor, writer, speaker and educator, as well as the author of the first gender-neutral wedding planning book for LGBTQ+ couples, EQUALLY WED: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO PLANNING YOUR LGBTQ+ WEDDING (Seal Press). She’s the co-founder and editorial director of Equally Wed, the world’s leading digital LGBTQ+ wedding magazine, as well as Equally Wed Pro, the LGBTQ+ inclusive certification course and educational platform. Palladino has been profiled on CNN, NPR and Forbes and in The New York Times. Her work has appeared in Washington Post, Entrepreneur magazine, ARTNews magazine, Art & Antiques magazine, The Knot, Executive Traveler magazine, the Huffington Post, and more. She was recognized as one of Glamour magazine's Hometown Heroes for 2015.
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