Oh how I do love an extravaganza..especially one as amazing as this one! Fae describes her wedding below:
The deal goes down at Walt Disney World, with 18th century inspired attire (blue dress!), and a tea party reception. Hand-fasting and vows from Broadway shows. Versailles meets Wonderland. Croquet. A masquerade dessert party. DIY-ing pretty much everything I can.
Yeah, it’s corny and over the top, but we’re corny, over the top people. There will be none of this half-assed princessery here. My whole ass will be princessy.
I NEVER planned to have much of a wedding, but after frustration with other venues, and a bout of the “let’s just go to the courthouse”, I gave in to WDW. I originally mentioned it just as passing fancy, it was Eric who thought we should go for it. …when he saw you could arrive in Cinderella’s Coach. Yeah, we’re both pretty much 8-yr old girls on the inside.
And I’ll probably catch hell from someone about this, but it’s our favorite damn place to be, lame as that is. So if you can get married in your favorite place, why not?
Fae is a doll clothing designer for Blythe and made a doll in one of her dresses too (cute!) whilst I love this dress, for me it’s all about that blue Cinderella dress – proper fairytale! Love it love it love it! A huge thanks to Fae for sharing the joy!
Credit: Offbeat Bride Tribe
Don’t you just love these lollipop bouquets and centrepieces? But is it just me and my dirty mind, or do the long, centrepiece lollipops look like..well…you know where I’m going with this right?
Hope you enjoy this rockabilly wedding details…
These guys are total rockstars. They executed their super stylish, diy, vintage infused wedding for a mere $8500, but all the gorgeous details make it look like they spend a bomb. This wedding really proves that you don’t have to spend a fortune to have a Rock ‘n Roll wedding!
Check out Style Me Pretty for all the details and tips from Leah the Bride, my job is to share these stunning photographs with you (whilst simultatiously swooning ever so slightly)