Whether you want to admit it or not, you’ve definitely envisioned yourself as a princess on your wedding day. The idea that most likely stemmed from watching Disney movies. The great news is you don’t have to be cliche when it comes to adding that princess touch to your big day. What do I mean by that? I simply mean you can add simple touches without picking out that yellow ballgown that is an exact replica to Belle’s. Let me show you more in-depth of what I mean.
My personal favorite, and the favorite of many, is Cinderella. When it comes to planning your Cinderella inspired wedding, think about utilizing the color blue in your decor items, picking a venue that is resemblance to a castle, select glittery shoes or select a old English style font for your wedding invitations. Some great examples of these Cinderella ideas can be seen in the images captured by RebeccaMarie Photography and Julie Anne Photography, LLC:
Beauty and the Beast
Another great Disney princess to draw inspiration from is Belle from Beauty and the Beast. Think of using Belle’s love of reading with books as your table numbers, putting your bridal party in pale yellow dresses (unless you want to be bold and purchase a very pale yellow wedding dress), using red roses in your centerpieces or on your wedding cake.
The Little Mermaid
Who doesn’t love the little mermaid? Similar to all Disney movies, a young girl meets her dream man but faces a large obstacle that keeps them at a distance (she lives in the ocean and he’s a human). But through love and a little help from her Father, they end up getting married and living happily ever after. But how can you add this idea into your wedding without wearing a shell bra and dying your hair red? Easy! Ariel and the Little Mermaid are all about pastels, the ocean and seashells.
Princess and the Frog
Using Tiana as your wedding inspiration is fantastic! Solely because of the New Orleans touch you can incorporate. The most obvious thing to include is a Louisiana location, think one of those stunning column lined Plantation homes. Then add in industrial lighting that handles or simple bulb lights, lots of green and cajun food. All of these elements will keep the Princess and the Frog in your mind without going overboard.