Planning a wedding can be a daunting task, but it’s even more challenging when you’re part of the LGBTQ community. Society often puts a lot of pressure on couples to conform to traditional gender roles and expectations, but your wedding should be a celebration of your love and your individuality. That’s why we’ve come up with ten ideas for an LGBTQ wedding that will help make your special day even more special.
- Have a ceremony at a historically significant LGBTQ location, such as the Stonewall Inn in New York City.
- Incorporate elements of both partners’ cultures into the ceremony and reception.
- Have a rainbow color scheme for the wedding decor.
- Include readings or speeches from LGBTQ authors or activists during the ceremony.
- Offer gender-neutral restroom options for guests.
- Have an LGBTQ+ person or even a same-sex couple as the wedding officiants.
- Include a “love is love” statement in wedding stationery or signage.
- Showcase LGBTQ-themed wedding favours such as rainbow-coloured candies or keychains
- Create a photo booth with props and signs that promote LGBTQ rights and equality.
- Have a “first dance” with two partners, instead of one traditional couple.
Your wedding day should be a celebration of your love and your individuality. By incorporating these ideas, you can make sure that your special day reflects the unique and beautiful relationship you have with your partner. Remember, love is love, and there is no right or wrong way to plan an LGBTQ wedding. So have fun, and congratulations on your upcoming nuptials!