LGBTQ+ Pride parades and parties are a longstanding and beloved June tradition, but that looks a little different this year. There’s no wrong way to celebrate Pride, so why not try something different this year? There’s still time to pull off the perfect last-minute Pride event.

Here’s a few ideas we brainstormed:

? Host an intimate Pride-themed party with your closest friends. Deck the yard out in rainbow decor and serve something fun like this Rainbow Fudge.

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But, first, send out adorable digital invites like these.

Just save and open in your fave image editor, add your deets, and send to your friends!

? Got kids (or silly friends that act like kids)? Put together some creative and colorful outfits with whatever you have at home and host your own mini Pride parade in your yard or neighborhood. If you’re really outgoing, you can sing or play an instrument!

? Four words: Huge. Rainbow. Water. SLIDE. At 15’ high, this inflatable waterslide can accommodate kids and average-sized adults. Too cold for water on the day of your event? Just use it dry; the landing is inflated so you won’t hurt your bottom. ?

Two more words: Unicorn. Banner. Add this vibrant Unicorn Banner to the Velcro panel at the top and you’re sure to have a backyard full of proud, happy unicorns.

? Did somebody say DANCE party? ? Make a high-energy playlist of your favorite songs to dance to, or check out one of the many pre-built playlists on Spotify in celebration of Pride Month. Various artists have collaborated with Spotify to create mix-tapes tagged #PressPlayForPride.

? Give back. Take this opportunity to host your own mini fundraiser, like a Bounce-a-Thon. Ask family and friends to sponsor the kids in this fun fundraiser. Break out the trampoline, or better yet, the Rainbow Bounce House, and set some goals. For example, for every fifteen minutes a kid spends bouncing, their sponsor(s) will donate $5 to one of these highly-rated organizations. We call this a WIN-WIN-WIN: you’re supporting a great LGBTQ+ cause, your kids are getting some awesome exercise, AND they’re keeping busy while the grown-ups eat, drink, and be merry. ?