10 Creative Ways to Show your Pride on Your Wedding Day

10 Creative Ways to Show your Pride on Your Wedding Day


Since marriage equality became the law of the land in 2015, more LGBTQ couples have been getting married than ever, and we are doing it in our way and our style. Because the traditional wedding industry can be heteronormative and generally exclusive of LGBTQ couples, we have had to find creative ways to show our Pride and our authentic selves during our wedding ceremonies and celebrations. At Dash of Pride, our whole mission is to create fun and safe shopping experiences for LGBTQ wedding decor and accessories so that you can celebrate your day with Pride and feel inspired and excited about the ways you’re incorporating your LGBTQ identity into your day. We’ve rounded up 10 fun ways to show your Pride on your day, so that your wedding can be a true reflection of who you are and the community you’re a part of. We can’t wait to see how you add a dash of Pride to your special day!


1. Wear a LGBTQ wedding tee shirt -- while you’re planning your wedding, touring venues, picking out linens, or even on your wedding day while you are getting ready!


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2. Include the colors of the flags for rainbow/trans/bisexual/pansexual/etc in your flowers and decorations


image source: http://jsorelleblog.com via Pinterest



3. Wear fun LGBTQ socks that show your Pride and get some for your wedding party too!


image via Dash of Pride


4. Include pronoun pins as a wedding favor, or have a small basket of them at your welcome table.


image via Dash of Pride


5. Have an LGBTQ themed cake-- did you know you can even have the colors of the inside layers changed to reflect your identity? While you’re at it, grab an LGBTQ affirming cake topper as well!

image by https://www.stevesteinhardt.com via Pinterest


6. Be loud and proud with your wedding signage and decor! We love this sign for someone to carry down the aisle!

image via Dash of Pride

7. Wear LGBTQ cufflinks that stay true to you.

image via Dash of Pride



8. LGBTQ flag flip flops are a great wedding party gift, or put a basket of them next to the dance floor!

image via Dash of Pride


9. Consider a fun and colorful balloon installation like this:

image via Scarlett Events Pinterest

10. Use your Pride flag as a prop in your wedding portraits.

image via https://stephaniew.com



There are many more ways to get creative and find ways to infuse LGBTQ pride into your entire day, so you feel fully celebrated by your community. After all, LGBTQ weddings and LGBTQ love are nothing short of miraculous and deserve to be shouted from the rooftops! Adding a dash of Pride to your wedding celebration? We’d love to see it! Share your photos with us using the hashtag #dashofpride !

Jamie Thrower (Pronouns: she/her)
Contributing Author
Jamie is owner of Studio XIII Photography in Portland, OR. 
She is an extremely talented artist and storyteller with a 
deep commitment to the LGBTQ+ community.

1 comment

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