Princess Jasmine must have been an inspiration for many young girls growing up. Having a palace and a pet tiger sound like a dream.
This bride kept drawing inspiration from Jasmine well into adulthood. Her wedding dress is ready to step on the flying carpet with her dreamy Aladdin by her side! The little girl inside us is giddy with joy.
Keeping Mosquitoes Away?
This bride is scared of her legs being bitten by mosquitoes. That much is clear. What’s not so clear is why she doesn’t mind getting mosquito bites on any other exposed part of her body.
Pink and red polka dots all over her face and neck will do no harm and might even set the trend for the next wedding season.
As you know, getting married must be carefully planned. It's an incredibly detailed event. And we are not talking only about who is responsible for the flower arrangements and who is bringing the rings.
Making sure your big day doesn't fall on an extremely windy day is something that mustn't be neglected, or your wedding photo will end up looking like this.
Choc-loads of Fun!
This wedding is definitely going to be full of love, sweetness, and… chocolate. Sorry, we were just describing the chocolate, not the bride. Yes, some chocolatiers labored for hours on end to create hundreds, if not thousands, of chocolate curls to adorn the wedding dress.
Not to mention the fine chocolate work on the bodice of the dress – intricate corset detail truly makes this a work of art! Seems the wedding dessert is sorted – but we still think there’s magic involved for this dress to last for 12+ hours. Plus, pretty sure you can’t sit down. Practicality fails, but it's worth it.
Being Part of the Theme
This bride’s dress is quite unique; however, we are a bit concerned the feathers will be used not only for decorating the dress. By the look of it, they can be used for decorating the wedding hall and playing a part of the theme.
If she changes her mind at the Chapple, it won't take too much for her to fly off and escape. She will leave traces of feathers scattered on the floor, leaving the groom to wonder what on earth had happened. We prefer the first option of the bride being part of the theme.