Same Sex Wedding Photo Los Angeles


We are open to all and allies to the gay community. We believe love is love. Our family are members of the LGBTQ gay community. Gender equality is important to our beliefs therefore we were proud to participate in this same sex event.  


The venue was perfect with a warm masculine feel for this same sex wedding. Moreover, it is a historic landmark  just northeast of Downtown Los Angeles. Additionally, fabulous restaurants, clubs and wedding venues fill the area.

The area is a mecca for artists with a vibrant gay presence. Hipster bars and dive bars coexist likewise all types of residents who call the area home. Most noteworthy, Highland Park Bowl is the oldest operating bowling alley in the area.


It was lovingly restored by The 1933 Group. Established during Prohibition, our designer captured a retro feel while styling the venue. Pewter goblets, silver chargers and blue linen napkins rounded out the masculine feel. Indigo blue vintage glass served as receptacles for the purple posies.

Our grooms both wore blue but Kiley wore a plaid tux because of his Scottish heritage. Gorgeous thistle and bits of rosemary formed their boutonnières. The invitations and place cards reflect the vintage era and same sex style. The concrete and marble wedding cake similarly reflect the masculine theme.

The vintage amber bar was a show stopper while bathing all the photos with a gorgeous warm glow of love. Furthermore, whiskeys from time gone by adorn the shelves. Finally, an original hand painted forest backdrop covers the rear wall of the bowling alley. The vintage pins rise and fall while intricate mechanisms beguile onlookers.

Gay wedding photographer Amy Haberland Photography
Our two gay grooms have their first look. Finishing touches are put on their bowties.
Same sex wedding photographer Amy Haberland
One of our gay grooms in Scottish plaid.
LGBTQ Wedding Photographer Amy Haberland
Thistle and rosemary boutonnière
LGBT Los Angeles wedding Photographer Amy Haberland
Gay grooms in gorgeous tuxedos
holding bowling balls Los Angeles Gay wedding photography Amy Haberland
Our same sex couple embrace their bowling balls as they get ready for fun
Los Angeles same sex wedding photographer Amy Haberland
First dance for our gay wedding couple as the evening winds down
Los Angeles same sex wedding photography
A toast to gay marriage and freedom to love!
having fun at the highland park bowl wedding venue
Bowling in a tux
Whiskey toast to same sex weddings!
Gorgeous marbled wedding cake
Handmade rings for same sex wedding
Gay Wedding Save the Date cards!
Elegant wedding table setting with blue linen napkin
Overhead view of wedding table set with blue linens
close up of bowtie same sex wedding venue
Bow tie and beards
Bow tie, beard, and boutonnière
portrait of grooms with boutonnières same sex wedding photographer amy haberland
Gorgeous blue tuxedo beside a plaid tuxedo


While same sex marriage was initially passed in Massachusetts in 2004, gay couples were denied that right in the remaining 49 states until 2015. The case recognizing gay and lesbian couples the right to marry is Obergefell v Hodges. In a 5-4 decision the court recognized that same-sex couples right to marry is guaranteed by both the Due Process Clause and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of our Constitution. All fifty states must now recognize the right of same sex couple to marry and must perform the ceremonies.



Photographer: Amy Haberland Photography

Event Producer: Table Set Go

Designer: By Jason Lloyd

Attire: The Black Tux

Accessories: Pocket Square Clothing

Cake: Lizzie’s Bakery
Décor + props hire: DIY LA Bride + Classic Party Rentals
Flowers: Rosalie Alvarez

Hair + Make-up: The Face of Beauty

Rings: Greg Orloff

Stationery: GoGoSnap!
Venue: Highland Park Bowl