Lots of little girls around the world dream of having a Disney Princess wedding, but then they grow up, get real, and fall in love with mason jars and paper straws. But one day they remember how they used to dream of wearing Cinderella’s dress or meeting Snow White’s prince charming. Ladies, this page is for you! There IS a way to have a Disney princess wedding without getting too gimmicky and hopefully, these Disney princess inspiration boards will help you plan your ‘happily ever after.’
Brides dream about their ‘Cinderella’ moment (remember when she enters the ballroom and everyone gasps?). For your Cinderella themed wedding some nice touches include amazing shoes, chocolate mice, and a tiara.
Tiana is our southern princess and she made waves in 2009 by becoming the first African American Disney princess, and frankly, it was about time. For your charming New Orleans wedding choose lots of green details, vintage accessories, and a southern style home.
Don’t be afraid of color when looking to Jasmine for your Aladdin styled wedding. If you’re wanting to wear a colored dress on your wedding day, this is the way to do it! Bird cages (to remind us of Iago), and brightly colored DIY mason jar lanterns will add to the theme.
A Tangled themed wedding based off of Rapunzel is all about hidden romance. Pinks and greens should play a large roll and keys (to unlock the tower door!) would make fabulous escort cards.
If you’re a bohemian style bride-to-be, a Pocahontas themed wedding will be right up your alley. Look for eclectic centerpieces, wildflowers for your floral crown and bouquet, and use the natural beauty around you to set the stage.
A Little Mermaid themed wedding is perfect for a beach loving bride. Choose soft colors that remind you of the sun setting over the sea like sea-foam green, reds, pinks, oranges, and dusty blues.
For the bookish bride a Beauty and the Beast themed wedding would be perfect. A rustic yet glamorous setting is the way to go and if you want to add more of a Disney flair use vintage teacups and saucers.
A Sleeping Beauty wedding is all about romance and pink and blue should play dominant roles in your color scheme (who could ever forget Aurora dancing with her prince while her fairy godmothers changed her gown from pink to blue!?).
Mulan has my vote for favorite Disney princess! If you’re the kind of girl to strike off on your own, you can’t go wrong with jade dragons, sky-high Louboutin heels, and an amazing array of Chinese foods at your wedding.
Some fun touches for your Snow White themed wedding include six groomsmen (your husband to be counts as the seventh dwarf!), a woodsy location for both your ceremony and reception, and of course, apples for dessert.
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