Among various wedding themes, a fairytale wedding is the most imaginative among them. It is an experience that will remind us of our favorite kiddy story; Cinderella. You can imagine when you are wearing a flowing gown, a long veil, a gold crown on top of the veil. You will look simple but elegant with a gold necklace around your neck which is also decorated with a charm. You may also prefer wearing a stunning Victorian inspired pearl necklace set.
Your dress is white, maybe going with a gold trim. Your white strapped heels decorate your feet. A gorgeous bouquet of white roses will signify your happy love and a small gold ribbon keeps these roses bundled together. Your bridesmaids to the right are dressed in light colored Victorian ball gowns, long gloves matching their gowns, and each one is holding a single yellow rose in their hand. A yellow rose means “I care”, and signifies friendship. Your groomsmen to the left are in white gloves and tuxes, all standing in front of the platform, but not blocking the stairs up. Victorian style jewelry would be perfect for your gorgeous bridesmaids.
For the after party, your fairytale theme can be carried over to the wedding reception. The room can be adorned in a Victorian ball style; gold, deep red and white would be the ideal wedding theme colors. The wedding tables can be wrapped in deep red cloth with gold trim, white plates on top. A bouquet of white and red roses which are combined and put in gold vases in the center of each table will symbolize your unity. The tables all surround a dance floor in the middle of the room, white and red rose petals scattered across, this will be where you would share your first dance as a married couple and it should be special.
A small stage beside the dance floor would be perfect for a small band. Most importantly, you, as well as your guests, should enjoy themselves, so dance the night away! Don’t forget to thank your guests with Cinderella Wedding Favors so they’ll always remember your happily ever after fairytale wedding.
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