It’s PRIDE Month, so let’s celebrate all our wonderful LGBTQ+ friends and family! These powerful Pride & LGBTQ+ bullet journal layouts are primarily June centered (but not entirely), often feature beautiful rainbow themes (or actual rainbows), and empowering Pride quotes! So, add some Pride to your planner with these ideas as your inspiration.
Rainbow Pride June Cover Page
I absolutely LOVE the covertness of this layout, and it’s why I chose to show it off first. This is a great option for any Allies or in-the-closet members because it is not explicitly LGBTQ+. Not everyone is able to or ready to tell everyone that Pride month is for them, but they also want to celebrate, so something more under the radar, like this one, is a great option!
Moon Landing Pride Bullet Journal Cover Page
The creativity of this layout blows me away! The idea of a “moon” landing with a Pride flag is a beautiful concept! @artemisb1013 really outdid themself with this one!
All People Are Equal Weekly Log
Here is a super proud planner. This one has an equality and love quote surrounded by Pride stickers and created in rainbow lettering. The rainbows really pop on the black paper! Additionally, they used rainbow-colored inks for their subheaders! This layout is truly powerful.
Abstract Rainbow Pride Cover Page
I love a good abstract vibe, and this one is particularly awesome. This layout is another somewhat covert LGBTQ+ bullet journal layout. It incorporates rainbow colors in a mitch-match way. It also has small phrases like “be proud” and “love yourself,” which give it away. Also, if you haven’t yet noticed, there is a little rainbow planet! This layout is brilliant and so cool to look at!
Rainbow Weekly Log
Now, this layout is technically a printable for stickers; however, I loved the idea of placing little rainbows behind all of the headers. Also, having rainbow task boxes and to-do circles is really awesome!
Rainbow Flowers LGBTQ+ Bullet Journal June Cover Page
For some reason, I am just drawn to these layouts with an image, and the letters left untouched instead of outlined or colored in. This layout is particularly wonderful because it uses flowers to represent the rainbow which is an absolutely beautiful idea!
Happy Pride Month Page
While I love the creative layouts we’ve looked at so far, I also love a good minimal and straight-to-the-point bullet journal. This one features one page with “happy Pride month” and one with “love is love,” each featuring a rainbow symbol and it is powerful.
Rainbow June Cover Page
If you aren’t already aware, this particular layout comes from my own June plan-with-me. I chose to create a rainbow out of washi tape and then use my Poooli Printer to do lettering over the tape. I love the outcome. If you are interested in exploring my journal more, you can check out the article I wrote on it!
Love is Love Cover Page
Here is another amazingly minimal and bold “love is love” page featuring the Pride flag. Something simple like this is a perfect addition to any journal, particularly this June.
LGBTQ+ Bullet Journal June Cover Page
Here is another simple Pride bullet journal idea. I love the idea of a rainbow going behind the content of the page. However, this Reddit user chose not to include the rainbow directly behind any writing, and it looks phenomenal!
Rainbow Pebbles Weekly Log
This rainbow weekly log is such an intricate layout. For this page, no lines were used to create each weekly box, and instead, Brown Paper Bunny used small pebble doodles showing off a rainbow to create the boxes. This idea is brilliant and beautiful.
Minimal Rainbow June Cover page
This layout by @sofcreates is another gorgeous minimal Pride bullet journal layout. I love the muted tone of this photo and the colors chosen. It is a simple cover page, but the paired quote, “radiate positivity,” is such a great reminder and motto.
I Hate Homophobia LGBTQ+ Bullet Journal Quote Page
I love the point this layout and quote makes, which is why I chose to include it in this article. Some of you might be offended right here and leave ElizabethJournals indefinitely; that is okay. That is okay because this statement is true and an important one to share.
LGBT+ Bullet Journal Community Info Page
While I generally do not create them for myself, I am a sucker for a guide page. This Pride bullet journal page is a breakdown of “LGBT” and features several rainbows!
Happy Pride Month
Happy Pride month! You can never go wrong with a themed collection or list page. This page features Pride-focused entertainment for the creator and their viewers to browse and enjoy in June and throughout the whole year.
Pride 2020 June Cover Page
This one might be an older Pride cover page, but it is still valid. I love the rainbow inside of the lettering and the chosen quote across the top, ” don’t be afraid to show your true colors.”
Rainbow Flower Pride Bullet Journal Quote Page
I firmly believe that quotes have a great place in every bullet journal. They are great reminders, affirmations, and mottos. So, of course, I enjoy this quote, “every time someone steps up and says who they are, the world becomes a better, more interesting place” by Raymond Holt.
Additionally, I have included this layout because of the powerful rainbow flower peaking out on the second page.
Happy Pride Month Cover Page
Again, this Pride page comes from my own collection. If you are interested to learn more about this layout and how I created it, you can check out the article I created all about my June Pride bullet journal spread.