Cinderella, Belle, and Snow White, please step aside. A new princess is not only getting crowned but is also marrying her prince charming. You’d definitely feel like a princess with a fairytale fantasy wedding like no other. Here are some ideas that would make your dream wedding come to life.
…In a faraway land
So where are you planning to hold your fairytale wedding? The castle is the most obvious choice. But it’s not your only option. Other feasible venues include ballroom with stunning chandeliers, huge cathedral, historic home and extravagant mansion. Any place that can lend a royal feel to the event is sufficed.
Let’s see the colors
There are plenty of colors to choose from. Either go princess-y with pastels pink, green, blue, lavender, yellow and ivory or go shimmery royal with bronze, gold, silver, deep blues, purple and burgundy. The choice is yours. Just make sure that you pick shades that complement and not clash with each other.
Here ye, here ye!
How do you plan to announce your coming as one? While you might be tempted to hire a town crier, it would be less of a hassle to send out invites instead. When designing the invitation, go for a Medieval or Victorian touch and use calligraphy fonts, wax seals and stamps. A scroll invite would also be nice.
The royal attire
Choose a wedding gown that evokes the image of a royalty. It can be an extravagant ball gown or an intricate Renaissance dress. Don’t forget to wear your tiara. If you think that’s too princess-y for you, don a flower head wreath, gold or silver tone circlet or a Flemish pill hat. A pair of gloves and a royal scepter are the other accessories that you would want to incorporate into your attire.
Bouquet fit for a princess
During the medieval times, there were no florists yet. This means that you should have the bouquet designed in such a way that it would like it was casually bundled up. Suitable flowers include roses, baby’s breath, camellias, gardenias, lilac, irises, tulips, ivy, lily of the valley, wheat, and heather.
Dress up the halls
To achieve a fairytale look for the venue, adorn it with colored tulle, satin ribbons, pearls, bows and bells. Other theme-appropriate decorative elements include tankards, candelabras, chalices, goblets and wooden platters. You may also use containers designed with the Fleur de Lis, Trumpet Vine or English Ivy patterns. Of course, it would be a crime to forget the red carpet. Be sure to sprinkle it with flower petals. If the wedding would be held outdoors, decorate the couple’s gazebo by draping it with ribbons and tulle and accenting it with flowers.
Enchanting wedding favors
Small as they are, the wedding favors complete the look of any wedding. For your fantasy fairytale wedding, top choices are the happily ever after carriage candle, ‘mint to be’ bride and groom slide mint tins with heart mints, enchanted carriage favor boxes, glass candle holder with coach design base, have a blast biodegradable celebratory wedding poppers, frog prince candle favors, Cinderella-style place card holder favors, and rose ball candle in gift box with matching bow and tag.