The ultimate collection of fairy wedding details to bring ALL the magic to your wedding

Fairy wedding fashion
Lori's ethereal wings | Photo by Laura Anne Watson, Wings by Fancy Fairy

If the greenery is blooming, the weather is warming, and ren faire season is in full effect, you might be planning a fairy wedding. Fantasy, corsets, flower crowns, and moss are everywhere when it comes to fairy wedding details. We've seen our fair share of the fae in weddings, along with the associated mushrooms, fairy lights, and assorted dressed up faery folk.

Here's a big ol' collection of magical fairy fashion, fairy food, and fairy wedding decor to delight your senses and give you all kinds of inspiration…

DIY fairy lanterns

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Erin made little glowing faerie lanterns! Photo by John William

Chair wings

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Lori and Josh had chair wings! Photo by Laura Anne Watson

ACTUAL wings

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Katy's gorgeous white wings | Photo by Retrospect Images
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Katherine and Chris' ceremony | Photo by Minerva Photography
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Raina's winged crew in silver and black | Photo by Serena Star
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Fairy Wedding Wings by London McKnight

Nature-inspired jewelry & accessories

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Gold Bee Hair Comb from redtruckdesigns
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Leaf Branch rings by LilPetite
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Wisteria earrings from Brilliant Earth
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Jasmine's crew with their bouquets | Photo by Bliss Studios
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Gold crown headband by Blue Lily Magnolia
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Vintage Fairy Necklace from Palomaria
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White Feather Victorian Lace Wedding Necklace from AmKooi

Woodsy decor

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Mossy log centerpieces at Caitlin and Marks' fae wedding | Photo by Samantha B Studio
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Lori and Josh's gorgeous centerpieces
| Photo by Laura Anne Watson
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Michele and Douglas' fairy houses! Photo by Wallflower Photography
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Michele and Douglas' log-filled tables | Photo by Wallflower Photography
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Books meet fairies meet fantasy at Tierra and Bradley's wedding | Photo by Love Charm Photo
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Rowan & Peter'shand-strung lilacs | Photo by a friend
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White and gold butterflies decor from LPPSB
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Woodland wedding ring holder from Artwen Shop

Fairy food

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Michele and Douglas' adorable fairy food | Photo by Wallflower Photography
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Photo by Wallflower Photography
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Morgan and Ryan's mycological cake | Photo by Jesse Schafer
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Tierra and Bradley's cake! | Photo by Love Charm Photo

Fairy invitations

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Josh and Lori's invitations
| Photo by Laura Anne Watson
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Rowan & Peter's invites | Photo by a friend
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Fantasy Wedding Printable Invitation Suite

Fae costumes

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A fairy bridesmaid at Lori and Josh's wedding!| Photo by Laura Anne Watson
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Flower crowns and armor amaze at Sarah and Rob's dark fae wedding | Photo by Robert Wojtowicz Fine Art Photography
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Fairy princess dresses on Gesche & Johanna | Photo by 2Brides Photography
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Morgan's gorgeous fairy bridesmaids | Photo by Jesse Schafer
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This is just the tip of the iceberg of Tierra and Bradley's wedding | Photo by Love Charm Photo
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Fantasy Dress by Maria Heller Designs
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Filippa, fairy wedding dress by Rara Avis Ange Etoiles
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Katy knows how it REALLY is at a fairy wedding | Photo by Retrospect Images

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  1. Yay! We got those exact invitations from Studio Yniguez (with a few small alterations) and she was a dream to work with- I highly recommend her for all your fantasy wedding (and scifi wedding) paper needs. 🙂

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