Often associated with the summer solstice, the month of June doubles as Pride month. This celebration is an amazing opportunity to honor human diversity, embrace love, and embellish your space with rainbow Pride decor. Between the longer days and celebration of equality, how can you not love this time of the year?
Sure, Pride weekend has come and gone in some parts of the country. But it definitely doesn't mean that the fun is over. Heck, it doesn't even need to be June in order for you to get in on the festivities; you can throw a Pride party whenever you feel like it. It's the best way to take part in a personal, small get-together with close friends, family members, and the people they love. Plus, it gives you the chance to bake a deliciously colorful rainbow cake. Just a thought.
And once that celebration is over? It doesn't hurt to re-use the decor to spruce up your own home. Decorative pieces such as garlands and wall art make an awesome addition to your space on any ol' day. You might even be able to bring some of these decor items to your office and celebrate Pride at work every single day.
1. Rainbow Ribbon Garland
Ribbon and cord come together to create a fun and flirty garland. Etsy seller PeanutButterandBow has the right idea.
2. Rainbow Butterfly Wall Art
Looking to make a serious work of art? Punch out paper butterflies from a rainbow of card stock sheets. Arrange and adhere the butterflies onto a large canvas. If you're feeling intimidated, check out Etsy seller RonandNoy's colorful creations.
3. Dry Erase Calendar
For a functional way to celebrate Pride all year round, make this rainbow dry erase calendar from Darice Crafts. How useful (and pretty) is this?
4. Rainbow Watercolor Painting
Unleash your inner artist with a rainbow wash of watercolor paint, just like Etsy seller sandraculliton did. Simple is best, as they say.
5. Rainbow Rug or Doormat
How's this for a friendly welcoming? This rainbow-shaped doormat is enough to make anyone swoon. Learn how to make it with some help from Dream a Little Bigger.
6. Striped Rainbow Doormat
Spray paint, masking tape, and a plain jane doormat is all you need to create a Pride doormat. You can also purchase one from Etsy seller ByRandi.
7. Rainbow DIY Taper Candle Holder
Add a splash of color to your kitchen, work space, or bedroom with a cheerful medley of rainbow candles. Come night time, your decor will double as a moody source of light. Find the holder DIY at Sugar and Cloth.
8. Easy Doily Garland
There's nothing better than decor that can be used all year round. This rainbow doily garland by Landeelu is the perfect example. I'd love to see this with doilies painted black or metallic gold!