It's Pride month! Let's deck out your LGBTQ+ wedding with these rainbow wedding details #Stuff we love#gay#genderqueer#lesbian weddings#LGBTQ#marriage equality#queer#rainbow#transgender Updated Jun 15 2019 (Posted Jun 14 2019) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Rainbow Donut Wall Holder from Inspired by Inspired by Alma Related Post What makes a wedding "real": Why our gay wedding will be traditional Same-sex weddings are still new enough that a lot of people wonder how different they will be compared to a straight wedding. I suspect that... Read more June is celebrated in most areas of the U.S. as Pride Month in recognition of the Stonewall Riots in June 1969 and other historical events and milestones. It includes celebrations, marches, rallies, commemorations, and organized messages of pride, protest, and solidarity. While we love to celebrate LGBTQ+ weddings all year round, we especially like to give some special attention to Pride-themed weddings during the month of June. If you're planning a wedding celebration that includes some rainbow imagery (to make it gay as hell!), that's awesome! And totally not required, of course. But if you're in a rainbow state of mind, there are so many options for you to rock your pride flag, literally, on your wedding day. A lot of companies are even donating their proceeds of Pride gear to charities, so we made sure to include some of those. Let's get on to the multicolored details… Rainbow Sapphire Ring from Aurora Designer Rainbow suspenders Fragrances from Kenneth Cole which can be for you or gifted to your crew. Kenneth Cole is donating $40,000 to UN Free & Equal for Pride Rainbow Tassel Garland from GenWoo Converse's Pride Collection will be contributing to their LGBTQ+ partners including the It Gets Better Project and OUT MetroWest Rainbow Colored Wedding Ribbon Wands from Lukin For Love For your wedding party: Harry's Shave with Pride set is giving 100% of profits to The Trevor Project and has donated $200,000 to support The Trevor Project's new on-demand training system Related Post 10 ways to show your support of marriage equality at your wedding Are you looking for a way to acknowledge your support for our LGBT friends and families during your hetero wedding ceremony? From the covert to overt, here are 10 ways… Read More Sprinkle Stick Toss Wands from mavora Through June 30, 2019, the Rainbow Disney collection will donate 10% of the proceeds to GLSEN, which works to establish safety for LGBTQ students across the country Rainbow fabric flower bouquet from Everlasting Flowers Jo The #MACLOVESPRIDE collection supports supporting more than 20 local Pride events, including L.A. Pride and WorldPride NYC Everyone Is Welcome Here Rainbow Sign from The Ritzy Rose Dr. Martens is offering a rainbow-painted version of its classic 1460 boot & a rainbow-flecked version of its Jadon patent-leather platform boots. They will donate a portion of proceeds to The Trevor Project Pastel Rainbow Maxi Tulle Skirt from CestCaNY Related Post These wedding invitations are SO GAY (and we love them!) Sure, you can always customize a pretty wedding invitation with your names, but sometimes you want it to look like a gay wedding invitation, right? Maybe it would be nice… Read More Madewell x Human Rights Campaign Unisex Love to All Pride Sweatshirt — Madewell will donate 50% of the proceeds to the Human Rights Campaign Pastel Flower Crown from Charming Twig Rainbow necklace from Nobias Art Marriage equality supreme court ruling print from Ink and Parchment Co. Mr and Mr Card from The Digi Sloth Wedding Cake Topper Figures from Heart Of Bricks Related Post This wedding is super gay! 5 ways to make your wedding gay as hell It's Pride Month, y'all, and everyone should be giving props to the LGBTQ community and their weddings. Well, not everyone. Some folks have concerns about the concept of a "gay wedding"… Read More Related Post Pronouns & assumptions: Gay wedding etiquette rules every guest should follow Maybe you're a seasoned pro at attending same-sex weddings or maybe they're a new concept for you, and you don't want to be responsible for any awkwardness on someone's wedding… Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Celebrating the anniversary of Ziggy Stardust with this glam rock David Bowie-inspired wedding inspiration NEXT I AM CAKE: this colorful Tennessee wedding had the most amazing Groot cake Show/Hide comments [ 1 ] meh. it would have been cool is all of these products weren't from corporations. how about actually promoting lgbtq+ businesses and not just companies cashing in on rainbows? 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