Since your wedding day is the one day you can get everything you want and feel like a princess, it’s no wonder so many bride turn to their childhood dreams. Disney themes make their way into many couples’ special day. If you weren’t sure where to start and didn’t want to go overboard, here are four Disney inspired wedding ideas.
Mickey Mouse Cake Pops
The days of the tiered wedding cake are over. As weddings become less traditional (and more expensive) couples are opting for other sweet alternatives such as cupcakes and cake pops. Since cake pops are already perfectly round, it’s not too much of a stress to make Mickey Mouse! If you want to go even more romantic, make Mickey and Minnie mouse and ice them to match your chosen wedding colours. Simple, easy and a great way to incorporate Disney into your special day!
Tangled, the tale of Rapunzel, was one of Disney’s most popular films, loved by many! One of its most popular scenes, ‘I See The Light’ features Rapunzel on a brave excursion from her tower with Eugene, watching the king and queen, and the rest of the town, light and let go of lanterns in honour of the lost princess. If you’re a Tangled fan, incorporate glowing lanterns into your wedding. It’s a beautiful way to decorate your wedding, a great photo opportunity and a way to get guests involved with your wedding.
Alice in Wonderland has many famous elements that can be easily incorporated into a wedding. Lots of brides choose to have place mats with playing cards or snacks available, labelled with the famous ‘eat me’ and ‘drink me’ tags. It’s simple to do and everyone will recognise the ode to Alice in Wonderland. Another, more subtle, way of incorporating the fairytale, would be to have a maze at your wedding, much like the one Alice and friends got lost in! Your venue might not let you paint the roses!
One of the oldest Disney princesses of all time, Cinderella holds a special place in lots of bride’s hearts. There are two elements of the Cinderella film that are unmistakable: pumpkins and the famous carriage. We wouldn’t recommend glass slippers to dance in all night but pumpkins and carriages are easy to incorporate into your wedding table centrepieces. We think Cinderella themes are best received in Autumn, of course!
Have you incorporated any Disney themes into your wedding? Share your ideas in the comments below! And, if you’d like us to be your fairy godmother and ensure the perfect hen party, give us a call!