It’s for me to hard to look at my wedding photos, because of wedding regrets. I have many regrets, but my biggest golden kernel of advice to couples is this: Never, never EVER let someone else pay for your wedding.
Not if you’re marrying a trust funder, not if your parents are insisting, not if you can’t pay yourself. Save up your dollars and have an extended engagement, then use those cold hard Benjamins to have the wedding YOU want.
Halloween couples: you’re probably finding all kinds of ways to incorporate your love of spook into your wedding day and that might include costumes. And if so? Hell yes! If you’re thinking about rocking a gown-type of dress at your ceremony and/or reception, a Disney princess gown is always a super fun and recognizable look. Let’s wish upon a star for the loveliest of dresses to woo the princes and princesses (and otherwise) of our hearts…
I have worked in the wedding industry for five years now and when my partner and I decided to get married I didn’t want anything “Wedding” — so what did we do? We had a Heroes and Villains themed wedding! It was a wedding filled with love and little bits from friends and family. We danced the night away and played games at every table. And in not-so-true villain fashion, I got the girl in the end!
Anyone excited to see the live action version of Disney’s Dumbo that comes out today?! We’ve got a surreal and gorgeous Dumbo-inspired wedding inspiration that took place in a draped black and white tent with all kinds of chic circus details. Don’t miss the elephant silhouette menus accented with Dumbo’s magic feather.
“Close to my heart. Never to part.”
I spied this luxe pair of heels and noticed that the soles are hand-painted with imagery from Beauty and the Beast! The artist who will custom pain your heels is Ashton Atelier and you can have your soles adorned with Disney faves like Rapunzel, The Little Mermaid, Cinderella, and more.
The bottoms of your feet can be just as stunning as the tops!
Our theme followed the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole. It was a whimsical vintage-inspired Alice tea party. We had it set at the Rose Court Garden at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. The reception captured the quirkiness of the Mad Hatter's tea party. The party ended when some 1920s-themed tap dancers crashed the party and lead our guests into a Charleston dancing competition.