It’s Pride month! Let’s deck out your LGBTQ+ wedding with these rainbow wedding details [Updated for 2021!]
June is celebrated in most areas of the U.S. as Pride Month. 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. Also, we’re not into “rainbow washing” — where businesses make money from the LGBTQ community, but don’t give back… so we made a point to include queer-owned businesses and companies that donate a portion of their proceeds of Pride gear to charities.
Jules and Katie got married in the urban district of Digibeth in Central Birmingham, England, and wanted to feature some of the amazing mural art that lives there. For the theme, it was all rainbows meets Alice in Wonderland with the most adorable little designs of themselves as the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts. They were included on the cake toppers, biscuits, placecards, and more. It was ADORABLE. J
Don’t miss the first dance lit up by hundreds of little torches held by their guests and all of the pink flamingo touches…
Sarah and Mabel make a great team in life and in planning their dinosaurs meets Tetris meets rainbows wedding.
Do not miss their colorful and lush bouquets (with rainbow ribbons!), their rainbow cake with gold dino toppers, delish treats bar, and “perfect blend” favors.
Researching dresses can yield fab rewards. Such was the case when I spied this mermaid fantasy of a gown from KMKDesigns. I love a dress that can be re-worn in general, but when it can be reworn as a costume, for a super glam ball, or any fancy dress party, it’s a win. It’s made of holographic vinyl and pearlescent organza with approximately one zillion hand-sewn iridescent sequins and pearls.
Now is the time to grab a STEAL on chic & affordable wedding dresses (including the rainbow dress of your dreams!)
You might not think of the post-Thanksgiving weekend as the time to score deals on a wedding dress (or bridesmaids dresses, accessories, etc.), but it actually really is. In particular, we’ve got a huge promotion from dress makers Coco Melody that I couldn’t wait to share. Let’s see a few of them AND find out how you can save mad cash in your wedding budget (and maybe even a RAINBOW one!)…
We both love literature, miniatures, dogs, and film, so most of the wedding had some aspect of those themes included. We made a bookcase arch which was basically the only ceremony decor in addition to what was already in the beautiful venue. I made all the bridesmaids dresses in different jewel tones. I love retro style clothing and color and I couldn't find what I was looking for in the stores, so I made them myself!