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Happily Ever After: Fairy Princess Weddings

Once upon a time, not so long ago in the kingdom of Great Britain there lived a girl who dreamed of a fairytale princess wedding and that girl – was you! If you have always dreamed about a big pink fabulous wedding take a look at our vision of the perfect princess day. You may even see something you like.


The Venue

What could be better than getting married in a castle or manor house under the sparkling light of a chandelier? Well, if you don’t have that kind of budget and are lucky to have good weather you could arrange to be married in a walled garden or in a woodland clearing. How mystical! You could even arrive by horse drawn carriage.
Alternatively, combine your wedding with your honeymoon and spend your big day at Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in Disney Land Paris. It’s the nearest you’ll ever get to what it feels like to be a true Disney princess.

The Dress

Here comes the bride all dressed in white – or maybe not. Pink dresses are set to be hot in 2014 so stay on trend and mix your favourite colour into your dress. You can even have your bridesmaids in a pink to match. Plus the bigger the better so go poufy with your dress and you can guarantee that all eyes will be on you on your wedding day.
Finish your outfit off with white silk gloves and your very own glass slippers like Cinderella – or maybe some sparkly ones instead for safety.


The Centrepieces

You want your centrepieces to impress and reflect your theme so get creative. Dip tea lights in glitter or place gold crowns on pillows of flowers. Using small trees as centrepieces can reflect a garden or woodland venue and look rather magical if you scatter them with glitter and hide little paper or statuette fairies among the leaves or flowers.  GTblog2

The Flowers

Roses are some of the most popular wedding flowers out there and oh so romantic. Combine shades of white and pink to create a soft bouquet which matches the colours in your dress.
If you want an alternative to roses then don’t stress there are plenty of other pink or white flowers out there including peonies, freesia, sweet peas and orchids.
We think this artificial rose stephanotis wedding bouquet in baby pink would be perfect for a princess wedding. And it will travel well if you opt to marry abroad too.
pink flowers



The Little Touches

Once you have all the big items it is time to get started on those special little finishing off touches. You’ll want to treat your guests so arrange a sweet trolley where they can help themselves. A candy floss machine is also a party pleaser.



Toast with pink champagne and dig into a wedding cake that is designed to look like a castle with icing turrets. Let your flower girls wear fairy wings and tiaras and gift guests with little bottles of bath salts labelled ‘fairy dust’. You can never have too much bling either.
Does this sound like your dream wedding? Then get planning! If not stay tuned for our other themed wedding blog posts or send us a theme request on Twitter @GTDecorations.

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