Post # 1
So far I have:
-my Belle dress! *jumps up and down*
-decided I want to walk down the isle to “Tale as old as Time”
and that’s pretty much it. I’m open to suggestions relating to disney themed cakes, flowers, anything!
Post # 3
I dont have any suggestions but… WOW your dress is gorgeous and your wedding is fairy tale come true. YAY!
Post # 4
How Disney are you going? Subtle or obvious? And if it’s obvious: tasteful or cheesy? I don’t want to sound rude, I am just trying to think of suggestions and keep coming up with things you’d see at a 4year old’s princess party.
Post # 5
is everything going to be disney? Are you using the disney characters and everything?
Post # 6
Jealous! I fell in love with a Jamine dress awhile back, but they were waaaay out of my price range!
Post # 7
@student bride: thank you!
some of the other questions: I’m not planning on any character use or anything like that. I think it will be obvious to some degree because I have a kind of princess style dress and I have instrumental disney music that I want to use in the ceremony and reception. I saw one cake that was just a white wedding cake with a glass slipper topper. maybe something like that? keeping it tasteful. I have no clue what I’m going to do for flowers though.
Post # 8
I think the Disney theme will be great, as long as it’s not too prominent. It’s good as an influence, but you don’t want Disney princesses on each table or anything (I don’t think). Maybe pick another disney song as your first dance (perhaps Something There is you’re sticking with Beauty and the Beast, but any Disney song would be good). Maybe a Disney cake topper (depending on the princess you’re focusing on or you could do Mickey and Minney). Oh and if you’re going for Beauty and the Beast, maybe a rose frozen in an ice sculpture similar to the one in the movie? That may be expensive, but red roses would be nice. I think drawing inspiration from Disney movies is a good idea, but if you make the Disney theme too obvious, it may too kiddish.
My bf thinks that he should walk down the aisle to the Gaston song from Beauty and the Beast (I do not recommend this at all. haha).
Post # 9
oh veyr pretty! What if for centerpieces you do something like apothecary jars with items that relate to certain princesses.
like for one table you could have the flower like belle had (rose) inside one of these
another could have her hand mirror
or another table could have a jar with large sea shell and a fork for ariel
others could have tea stuff for alice, crowns, fairy wings for tinkerbell
You could theme each table instead of numbers… like the ariel table, alice, belle
with the jars of princess stuff you could also do a small gold (or silver w/e… just vintagy) frame with a drawing of the certian character
The pencil, orginal drawings look classic
if you use real materials that have the vintage feel it could still feel like a princess, but not bright, obnoxious cheesy stuff
Post # 11
I think she wants something more subtle.
Post # 12
I like the tea cup/alice one
Post # 13
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I am totally finding an occasion for the Sorcerer’s Apprentice one, now. 🙂
Post # 14
your dress is beautiful- and i got goosebumps thinking about that song as you go down the aise!
Post # 15
I think red roses for sure, if you want to continue a subtle Beauty & the Beast theme. Using mirrors, candlabras, and maybe apothecary jars in the centerpieces may be pretty and reminescent also.
Post # 16
I think you are right in keeping things subtle…except for the cake! I would go with a full on Disney themed cake like something that @Doozi posted, they are amazing!