Beautiful Disney wedding ideas

I must admit, I am a dedicated fan of all things Disney related and I think it makes for an absolutely magical wedding theme. Channel your inner princess with our beautiful Disney wedding ideas and find out how to create your happily ever after…

Do you dream of a Disney wedding? Look no further

Images: Top Row Left via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | Top Row Right via Bridal Musings | Second Row Left via Rock My Wedding | Second Row Right - Posy of Class Tiara by Glitzy Secrets | Third Row Left via Floridian Social  | Third Row Right via Wedding Chicks | Bottom Row via Style Me Pretty 

We’ll start with your wedding stationery, as this is the best way to kick-start your charming Disney wedding theme. Why not make your invitations extra special by writing your love story on the front? It’ll be very romantic and your guests will love reading it. Pale pink invitations with baby blue ribbon and detailing will fit in with your Disney theme wonderfully. Opt for the Disney font for all of your wedding stationery – your guests won’t be able to miss that clue!

Moving onto your bridal outfit, and where to start?! Whether you want to transform into Snow White or feel like Cinderella, you’re guaranteed to look gorgeous. Soft blush pink gowns are always a popular choice, and they’ll look utterly beautiful – perfect for a Disney princess! However, if you have always loved the thought of donning a white wedding gown don’t fret! Opt for a gown with lots of sparkly embellishments and a sweetheart neckline. Glitzy Secrets have a huge range of dazzling jewellery that’ll complete your bridal look – the Posy of Class Tiara is made for a grown-up Disney wedding.

If you’re having little flower girls they’ll absolutely love dressing up for your wedding! Flower girls dressed as Cinderella and Belle will look gorgeous, and they’ll love knowing they can be little princesses for the day.

how to have a grown up Disney wedding

Images: Top Row Left via Wedding Chicks (as before) | Top Row Right via Ruffled Blog | Second Row Left via The Knot | Second Row Right - Flower of Eternity Brooch by Glitzy Secrets | Third Row Left via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (as before) | Third Row Right via One Fab Day | Bottom Row Left via Wedding Chicks (as before) | Bottom Row Right via Style Me Pretty (as before)

I mentioned earlier about using pale pink and baby blue wedding invitations, and I think that this delightful duo would work beautifully as a Disney colour palette. It’s understated and feminine, yet fits in with a Disney theme. Pale pink blooms are always going to look stunning – soft peonies and garden roses are a must-have addition! Don’t forget – if you’re focusing on Beauty & The Beast, roses make perfect wedding table centrepieces.

You can have a lot of fun styling your wedding tables. Magnificent candelabras and antique books as table centrepieces will reflect a number of Disney films – The Little Mermaid, Cinderella and Beauty & The Beast!

Plus, they’ll definitely add a touch of magic to your reception. Speaking of tables – why not name your wedding tables after your favourite Disney films? You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing!

Some of the best ways to incorporate Disney into your wedding day are also the easiest. A vintage white frame is a wonderful way to display your seating plan, and you could even use a frame as part of your photograph props – who is the fairest of them all…? Step into a Disney wedding world by creating a magical wedding cake – top with Mickey Mouse ears or a glass slipper shoe. You can have a lot of fun designing a Disney wedding cake.

And for the perfect way to end your magical Disney wedding? A honeymoon trip to Disneyland, of course!

Written by Lottie Dainton

  • November 28, 2016 at 4:04PM

    nice

    // henry

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