What’s not to love about Disney? You could have a destination wedding at one of the Disney resorts in Florida, California, Hawaii, or even at an international destination, like Paris or Tokyo. Or, you can bring the magic home and have a wedding theme in honor of your favorite Disney movie.
For example, you could play croquet at a garden wedding while decked out like Alice in Wonderland. Serve drinks in glasses with “Drink Me” tags and have props like the caps worn by Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum available for photo booth shots! Another idea is to hang mirrors in the reception hall and have crystal bowls filled with delicious apples as your centerpieces during your Snow White wedding. Teapots, teacups, candelabras and books make a great backdrop to a Parisian Beauty and the Beast wedding theme, too.
If you're marrying the guy you met in high school, you can make this into a theme for your wedding! Make sure you throw his letter jacket over your wedding gown, and maybe tie his class ring around your neck. You can rent a bright yellow schoolbus to take you and your guests from the ceremony to the reception site. Wedding favors could be number 2 pencils engraved with your names, and of course you’re going to want to incorporate your school colors. Ask your wedding DJ to play all of the hits from the year you graduated. Later on, your wedding photos could even be mounted in a book similar to a yearbook!
Whether you’re getting married at age 20 or age 60, revisiting your childhood is always a fun way to reminisce. Fill the reception hall with balloons in all colors. Get your hands on an old wagon, and fill it with teddy bears, yo-yos, wooden blocks, or whatever stands for childhood in your mind. Play some kid-friendly tunes to get everyone from toddlers to octogenarians out onto the dance floor. Who can resist choosing a mouse during a rendition of Farmer in the Dell? Instead of a guest book, have partygoers sign their names on a chalkboard (make sure you get a photo!). For some extra fun, hand out dunce caps or safety patrol belts to select guests.