Equally Wed, The Knot and WeddingWire team up for Pride to spotlight LGBTQ+ inclusive wedding pros

In honor of Pride month, the fourth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision that same-sex marriages are a nationwide right, and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, we’re celebrating 50 wedding pros who are intentionally inclusive of the LGBTQ+ community.

Nominate your favorite pro or wedding business for a chance to be featured on Equally Wed Pro, The Knot Pro and WeddingWireEDU’s social media! Whether that person or business is making it clear across their website and social channels that they’re excited to work with LGBTQ+ couples, marching in their local Pride parade or going above and beyond to educate the pro community on ways to be more inclusive, we want to celebrate these love champions!

 

Please note that by submitting this form, you grant Equally Wed / Palladino Publishing LLC and The Knot Worldwide to share your name and your business name as part of the Love Champion Pride campaign and in the future. If you wish to remain fully anonymous, please send an email to lovechampions@equallywed.com.
This information will be shared within the Equally Wed / Palladino Publishing LLC and The Knot Worldwide teams. It will not be made public.
This may be shared on social media in conjunction with your nominated Love Champion, should they be selected. Leave blank if you do not wish to be publicly acknowledged.
In 100 to 800 words, please tell us why you believe this person is a love champion. In honor of Pride month, the fourth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision that same-sex marriages are a nationwide right, and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, we’re celebrating 50 wedding pros who are intentionally inclusive of the LGBTQ+ community. Nominate your favorite pro or wedding business for a chance to be featured on Equally Wed Pro, The Knot Pro and WeddingWireEDU’s social media! Whether that person or business is making it clear across their website and social channels that they’re excited to work with LGBTQ+ couples, marching in their local Pride parade or going above and beyond to educate the pro community on ways to be more inclusive, we want to celebrate them!
Where does the nominee work? (Nominees must be a working member of the wedding or event industry.)