This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

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This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married
Photos by Memoire Studio

Jessie and Adam are huge Disney fans AND talented artists who both work for Disney. That combination makes for a seriously magical, seriously eye-popping Disney-themed wedding. The handmade Disney Classic-inspired centerpieces alone had us freaking out. (The centerpieces were made with Super Sculpey, paper cut-outs, and a few purchased elements.) The couple also had custom-designed keychain favors, handmade "royal ball" and Hogwarts letter invitations (complete with wax seal!), and so many subtle and nostalgic Disney references… see if you can spot them all!

But as Adam said, "The day, after all, is about us — and not the house of Mouse." So they pared everything back to be just enough whimsy and just enough wedding to make it totally perfect for them. Oh, and there was even a cameo from one of our favorite vendors, Unity in GlassThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them, who was featured in the awesome glass crystal unity ceremony. After the couple combined the colored glass, they sent it back to be created into a custom sculpture!

I wished upon a star and received this gorgeous Disney wedding. Won't you come and see it?

This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney coworkers get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

This is the magic that happens when Disney fans get married

Vendors

Photography: Memoire Studio • Video: Weddings on Film • Florist: Gigi's Florist • Cake: Rachel's Cakes • Makeup: Colleen Guzinski • Hair: Annie Lam • Dress: Alfred Angelo from the Disney Fairytale Line (Ariel #201)

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  1. Gah, after seeing that Aladdin centrepiece I now have "A Whole New World" stuck in my head! All those centrepieces were fantastic, in all senses of the word. What an awesome wedding!

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