Love is love

Equal weddings are an experience that cannot be explained in words. The energy you feel is
beautiful and very special. As professionals in events, we must be trained in the subject to
create an adequate and significant production for the community. Therefore, in this blog,
we’ll talk about the key points to consider for an equal marriage wedding.

What does LGBTQ+ mean?

The LGBTQ acronym is known worldwide, but its history is a topic that we have to
continue creating a conversation about it since it’s not only interesting but also very important
on a cultural level.

In the 50s and 60s, the term “homosexual” or “gay” was the most common ways to refer
to groups of people who did not fit into the heterosexual standards well regarded by society
at that time. However, other people did not exactly identify with these tags and this is how,
until the 90s, it finally evolved, this reference changed to the initials of each gender identity
or sexual preference.

L – Lesbian
G – Gay
B – Bisexual
T – Transgender
Q – Queer

LGBTQ was the first official term used by activist organizations to refer to all sexual
identities and the abbreviation has, to this day, increasingly developed into a more inclusive
term. For example, the letter I, A, and the + were added to also make community members

  • Intersex: People born with some masculine and other feminine biological characteristics, which can cause difficulty in defining a certain sex. This isn’t a medical problem.

  • Asexual: People who do not experience sexual attraction at all. It’s not a free choice, it’s simply part of the individual.

As the term LGBTQIA+ has been supplemented over the years, there is a high probability
that these acronyms will continue to be changing according to the evolution of genders and
sexuality in the future, and when that happens, we’ll continue to train our team and provide
the best service to our community.

Meaning of the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag

For the production of an LGBTQ+ wedding, it is essential to have a broad and clear
knowledge of the symbols and representative elements of the community, to generate
an atmosphere of belonging, comfortable, familiar, and respectful to the couple and their

Therefore, let’s talk about the meaning of the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag and how they play
a valuable role in the production of the event:

• Red
Red is a strong color, which represents passion and seduction. Lighting and set in these
tones will give your wedding an invigorating and original personality.

• Yellow
This color symbolizes sunlight, prosperity, and light. Can you imagine the guests dancing
and taking photos on our Gold Dance Floor? We do!

• Blue
Heaven, art, truth, freedom, justice, peace. Blue-toned lighting is perfect for setting the
romantic mood for the couple’s dance.

• Orange
It represents courage and sacrifice. Also, the color orange is an appetite stimulant, so
implementing Up Lights in these shades is a great idea for banquet time.

• Green
With green, we find hope and nature. If you want to add a special touch to your wedding,
the Box Truss decorated with nature and beautiful flowers is the ideal option.

• Violet
Violet or purple indicates the human spirit and wealth. If you’re looking for an elegant and
calm environment, the lighting in purple tones will enchant you.

• Pink
Pink represents femininity, romance, and sexuality. Have you already imagined the
volumetric letters with pink lights? It will be an amazing spot for photos!

These colors can be present in each element, space, and corner of the wedding, to create a
synergy of very special meaning.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion at Encore

Encore promotes an environment that thrives on embracing our differences. Diversity,
equity and inclusion, are central to our culture and core values.
We strive to create workplaces that reflect the communities for whom we work and live,
and where each individual has a full sense of belonging.

In doing so, we fuel our innovation, collaboration, expertise, and excellence, and connect
more closely with our customers and the communities we serve.

The important thing is to celebrate love, whatever way it is. Having the freedom to marry
the person you love. And may that love be celebrated with great pride, whether it’s the
Same-Sex wedding or not.

Source: Queer Weddings


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