12 Rainbow Wedding Foods That Are Perfect For A Colorful Celebration Of Gay Marriage

Now that the Supreme Court has ruled same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, we have a lot of reasons to be happy — and potentially, more of us have some weddings to plan. While some may be busy dreaming up their wedding playlist, we know that wedding food is one of the most important aspects of a celebration. So we've compiled the best, most festive rainbow food ideas and treats to make any same-sex wedding the best party ever.

Flip through to find the best colorful appetizers and desserts to really take your celebration to the next level. Get cooking, and get partying — we're in for some of the best weddings ever.

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by Rebecca Deczynski

Rainbow Vegetable Spring Rolls

Colorful vegetables start things off on a fun yet festive note. The Kitchn explains how to make these delicious appetizers.

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Rainbow Crunch Salad

Filled with cabbage, lettuce, peppers, and more, Simply Scratch’s crunchy rainbow salad is a party on a plate.

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Fruity Pebble Meringues

Your childhood cereal just went gourmet. I Am A Food Blog uses Fruity Pebbles to make basic meringues even better.

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Funfetti Cake

Your celebration deserves better than the boxed kind. The Kitchn makes it super easy to create a gorgeous funfetti cake from scratch. Just make sure you top it off with the best same-sex wedding cake topper.

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Roasted Rainbow Tart

Who could refuse a meal as pretty as Family Fresh Cooking’s carrot tart, made with vibrant, multicolored carrots?

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Chocolate Chip Sprinkle Cookies

You can’t go wrong with the classics. Simply Scratch’s sprinkle-covered chocolate cookies are for sure a crowd-pleaser.

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Rainbow Vanilla Cheesecake Bars

You’ve never seen cheesecake bars like this before. Inside BruCrew Life has won the colorful snack game.

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Spiced Persimmon Equali-Tea Cake

For a dessert that’s not overwhelmingly sweet but is still a standout dish, try The Kitchn’s fruity tea cake.

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Boozy Truffles

Red wine and chocolate — you can’t go wrong with these ingredients for Table for Two’s boozy truffles.

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Lavender Lemon Tom and Collins

Toast the night with a refreshing take on a classic cocktail. A Spicy Perspective adds fragrant lavender to a tasty “Tom and Collins.”

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M&M Blondies

Give your guests a gooey, colorful treat with Inside BruCrew Life’s rainbow-speckled M&M blondies.

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Rainbow Ribbon Jello

This may be the prettiest jello I’ve ever seen. Brown Eyed Baker is truly an expert.

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