Prepare to be enchanted by this Beauty and the Beast Wedding Inspiration. If you like us, simply can’t wait one more day for the release of the live-action “Beauty and the Beast” movie, we have a gorgeous editorial photo shoot that will hold your Disney fix until this Friday. Think glamorous decor elements, a stunning ballgown and, of course, red roses galore. The best part? All the elements could easily be translated into a winter wedding, so if you are getting married during the cold months pay close attention.
Melissa Sigler Photography and a group of talented Kansas City wedding pros are transporting us to a fairytale fantasy with this Beauty and the Beast Wedding Editorial. What are you waiting for change your inter Belle with us in the FULL GALLERY?
From the suite designer… “Inspired by a regal color palette and tale of Beauty and the Beast, we (BP Creative Group) created a brand for the invitations and day of items, which included a monogram and patterned envelope liner. These custom-designed items would accent menu cards, place cards, belly band and the deep invitation embellished with a rich gold cardstock. The well-known movie, known for an airy color palette, would not evoke the original tale and we (BP Creative Group) took that into account and ran with it when designing this wedding suite. Our favorite part of the entire suite, was the monogram, which included the unmistakably, fierce gargoyles.”
From the Florist… “The overall style was an enchanting and dramatic styled shoot full of lush and vintage elements. We used a mix of romantic blooms including rich red garden roses, and peonies along with more organic blooms like hanging amaranths, cymbidium orchids and forest greens.”
From the Bridal Boutique… “Gown info – Style number 13978 by Stephen Yearick. We chose this gown style of the skirt and sweeping lines mirrored Belle’s gown during the dance scene. The creamy ivory color and reflective weave also plays on Belle’s shimming yellow gown.”
From the coordinator… “I (Stephanie/ Pretty + Planned Events) have been anxiously awaiting the release of Disney’s newest release of Beauty & The Beast since the trailer teaser came out in the summer of 2016. Beauty & The Beast was my favorite Disney princess movie as a child because I love the classic details, enchantment and magic behind the love story. My favorite part of the movie was after the beast went to rescue Belle from the wolves, The Beast becomes injured and that’s when Belle starts to notice his feelings for her. She nurses him back to heath and that’s when their awkward friendship and feelings for each other begins to develop. The grand library as a gift to Belle – what book work girl wouldn’t fall for that?”
Photographer: Melissa Sigler Photography // Event Planner: Pretty + Planned // Invitation Designer: Blissful Prints // Dress Store: Fabulous Frocks Bridal of Kansas City // Bridal Designer: Stephen Yearick //Floral : KP Event Design // Location: Mark Twain Ballroom // Equipment Rentals: Ultrapom Event Rental // Submitted via Two Bright Lights