Once upon a time (isn’t that how all Disney stories begin?), Ty proposed to Ashley, right near Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. That alone pretty much guarantees that these two will have a Disney-themed wedding, right?
The bride and groom are both huge fans of Disney, of course, and we love the subtle but special ways they tied various Disney movies into their wedding reception.
These are Carl and Ellie’s chairs from “Up” on the cake. (Awww!)
The tables at the Houston reception each had a different Disney movie theme.
According to PopSugar, “The Little Mermaid table included a dinglehopper and a snarfblatt, and the “Beauty and the Beast” table featured Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, Chip, and a rose that Ashley made herself. Other tables were inspired by “Tangled,” “Cinderella,” “Frozen,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” and “Alice in Wonderland.”
Bride Makes Some Disney DIY Magic
The site 7 Centerpieces notes that many of the centerpieces were the DIY handiwork of the bride.
What a sweet Disney tie-in!
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If you’re looking for more Disney wedding inspiration, how about these ideas?
We have 20 magical Disney wedding cakes that will make you want to plan a fairytale wedding. Check out some of our favorites, shared on Instagram by Disney Weddings.
And check out this Christmas-themed cake that also promises a Disney-style happy ending.
This “Beauty and the Beast”-themed rose cake might be our favorite.
If you want to go big, you can actually get married in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom!
You can also tie the knot at Epcot, as seen in the photo shared below by Disney Weddings:
And don’t worry, Disneyland lovers! You can tie the not at your favorite theme park, too. Michelle and Brian said they wanted to “share the magic and wonder we feel when we’re at the parks with our closest friends and family,” in a post shared on Facebook by White Rabbit Photo Boutique.
Can’t get enough Disney magic? Check out this video for a little extra pixie dust: