(Closed) Disney theme

posted 6 years ago in Themes
Post # 3
13 posts
  • Wedding: December 2012

I am kinda planing a Disney wedding. I used to work there so everyone knows Disney is close to my heart…:) your not alone at all. I have suddel ways I’m bringing in ythe theme without making kid-ish. Ex in stead of having table numbers I’m having Disney couples pictures on the table…:)

Post # 4
1562 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I remember seeing a Disney wedding where the Disney portion was very hidden.  There was a small Mickey head in each bouquet and centerpiece, and there were alot of stars.  I think there was alot of baby’s breath, as it signified “when you wish upon a star”.  A classy Disney wedding can totally be done!

Post # 5
11167 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

My friend did a Disney themed wedding and it was really cute. She and the groom wore the Mickey/Minne bridal has and the wedding party all wore the mouse ears hats in different colors. The wedding favors were cookies in the shape of Mickey.

Post # 7
193 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Our theme is based off a Disney movie. We’re doing a Princess and the Frog theme wedding.

Attire: My groom is wearing a tan color suit as a nod to Naveen (who wears a khaki suit in his human form). My wedding gown is a ball gown with some asymetrical layer design on the right side which is a nod to Tiana’s gown with the layers of petals she has.

Colors: Because the movie took place in New Orleans during Mardi Gras our wedding colors are Plum, Olive Green, and Yellow/Gold is our accent color (an elegant variation of the Mardi Gras Purple, Green, and Gold).

Venue: Our venue is a castle banquet hall (there wasn’t a castle in the movie, but it goes with the fairytale theme).

Center Pieces: I’m going to make our center pieces with floating water lilies in shallow bowls.

Guest book: I’m making the cover of our guest book look like a story book. I also have a framed lithograph of Tiana and Naveen at their wedding when they were frogs, I’m going to put that on the gift table.

Cake Topper: We’re using the miniature Tiana and Naveen figurines from the playset as our cake toppers

Favors: We’re giving our guests hand made frog shaped soap from an awesome crafter on Etsy!

Our theme will have a lot of subtle touches, but I think it’ll all come together beautifully. Disney themes can be done in a very elegant way, even though you’re using a cartoon theme Laughing We’re also taking our engagement photos at a resort that has a bourbon street/new orleans theme, and there’s a river boat near there too, where we’ll take engagement photos also.

Post # 8
85 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

We both work for Disney and he proposed at Disneyland, so we definitely want to incorporate some Disney but without being over-the-top about it. 

You can find classic Disney songs performed by orchestras or reinterpreted in cool, classy, unexpected ways.  Could be great background music for the cocktail hour, or even for a processional: http://www.amazon.com/Disneys-Fairy-Tale-Weddings/dp/B003O3TJRA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1337293687&sr=8-3

Lots of super cute figurines you could use for a caketopper:  http://www.amazon.com/Traditions-designed-Enesco-Wedding-Figurine/dp/B002C4EEPY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1337293898&sr=8-1

Some of my favorites if you’re into Mickey and Minnie especially:

Post # 9
10 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012

I am doing a disney/ fairytale theme! Disney was way expensive so the next best thing is having it across the street at the sheraton which looks like a castle! They have a gorgeous venue!! Plus you can see the fireworks from there!

Im just getting started planning and while its crazy overwhelming its fun and I cant wait to have my fairytale wedding!



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