Match your bridal style to a Disney princess

16 Jun 2017

Emulate a Disney princess on your wedding day with some of the best fairytale bridal styles 

Image: Inanch London, Gold Class Hair, Pia Michi & Walt Disney UK

Cinderella

Classic elegance personified; you will be opting for the Kate Middleton treatment with your wedding gown. Think long lace sleeves, a full skirt, oh and bluebirds to hold up your chapel-length veil. 

Although you may prefer Cinderella's magical blue gown, created by her heroine Fairy Godmother - and bridal blue is big news for 2018

Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

A strong, indpendent woman, you are a bride who isn't afraid to make a statement and will look fabulous while doing so. Emma Watson's finale dress in the celebration scene of the 2017 adaptation of Beauty and the Beast is a joy to behold. The mastermind of costume designer, Jacqueline Durran, the gown features floral motifs inspired by a French garden. With florals still riding high in the bridal fashion stakes, this gown is perfectly on trend too. 

Or you could forgo florals for the world-renowned golden dress...

Jasmine (Aladdin and the King of Thieves)

Conventional power dressing will never go out of fashion and you will make spectacular bridal style look easy. Your ensemble will ooze opulent luxury with decadent accessories to match. 

Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)

Green is your colour and a touch of sparkle will inject personality in to your bridal gown. Enchanting and traditional, you will add sass with a strapless or off-the-shoulder design. 

Ariel (The Little Mermaid)

Big and bold is what you do best and a timeless fairytale gown, with a sparkling tiara atop your perfectly coiffed hair, will tick all the boxes. You yearn for your happily ever after and you're on track to succeed.

Rapunzel (Tangled)

For one day only, your typical tomboy style will be replaced with ethereal femininity and boy, will you turn heads. Simple and understated, your look will be minimal yet mesmerising. 

Giselle (Enchanted)

 A hopeless romantic, you've been waiting for this day your whole life and you won't hold back with your wedding dress. Reams of sparkle and tulle is your signature look... as though you have just stepped out of a Disney movie.

 

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