Let’s Celebrate PRIDE!

While our streets may not be filled with marches and city-wide parades (thanks rona), that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the LGBTQ community at home. Today we are showing you three simple ways to throw your own Pride Party at home!

DIY Rainbow Heart Backdrop

Hung on the wall in groups or individually, these rainbow colored hearts are the perfect pop of fun and color to your Pride celebration. Plus they make the cutest backdrop for a #photomoment!


  • Printer
  • Colorful Card Stock (we recommend 6-8 different colors)
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Double Sided Sticky Tape

Step 1: Download our free Pride Hearts printable here.

Step 2: Print the first page off onto individual colored pieces of paper. Whatever colors you want your hearts to be! If you don’t have colored paper, the rest of the pages in the printable are pre-colored hearts.

Step 3: Using your scissors carefully cut along the black outline.

Step 4: Place strips of double sided sticky tape to the back of the hearts and stick them to the wall in the pattern and look you desire.

Pro tip: To create the backdrop we did, we printed off the document 10 times to create 20 hearts.

Decorate the room with every color of the rainbow!


Just like there shouldn’t be any limits on love, why limit your table decor to only one color? Draw inspiration from the Pride flag and ombre your plates, cups and napkins. Our signature Posh Collection comes in almost every color and is perfect for this colorful occasion!


Another easy way to fill the room is with rainbow colored balloons. Whether you line them down the table as a center piece or bundle your favorite colors together, you can’t go wrong with an array of colored balloons!

Other Pride themed items to add to your cart:

We hope that these tips and tricks help you celebrate love and equality, even during these corona times! If you host a Pride party we would love to see it, tag us @jollityco and use hashtag #partywithjollity

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