As a girl who grew up on Disney movies and got engaged at the Magic Kingdom itself, infusing a little extra magic in her wedding was a total no brainer. And from the light and bright color palette to a million whimsy-filled details, I’d say mission accomplished. Ryan Timm was on hand to snap the Disney-inspired day and we’ve got soooo much more sitting right here.
From the Bride… The description of the wedding was kind of like a Disney/Beatles wedding, which are two things that have really brought us together…we sort of had The Beatles be the background music to our relationship, why we first met and talked…to our first dates…which is why we incorporated it a lot in our ceremony and our wedding cake. Disney has been something I always loved, it taught me my first stories on faith, trust and love which is why I wanted it incorporated on our wedding day and also we frequent to Disney World and were engaged there
The colors we chose (spring pastels) were actually from the cinematography of Walt Disney’s 1950’s Cinderella and I think the wedding day felt like a fairytale. It was all about the details and hoping someone would see how much work we put into it from a brooch of Walt Disney on my bouquet to the mason jars we individually bought at antique stores as our centerpieces, the process of putting together the wedding was just as important to make it a journey and not just that one day it was a dream come true.
Photography: Ryan Timm Photography | Floral Design: Busse and Rieck | Wedding Dress: Oleg Cassini | Wedding Dress: Wedding Belles | Cake: Nana's Cakery | Ceremony: Willowhaven Nature Center | Reception: The Majestic Center | Jewelry: Vintage Underground Chicago | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Dessy | Lighting: Studio 3100 | DJ: Studio 3100 | Groom's Attire: Seno Formal Wear | Groomsmen's Attire: Seno Formal Wear | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother