It makes sense that people who grew up loving Disney would want to incorporate the House of Mouse into their weddings. Disney reminds us of a happier, more carefree time in our lives.
It’s not like you’d want to get married with mouse ears on, though.
Keep reading for 17 subtle ways to include Disney in your big day.
Disney-fy the bottom of your shoes.
Emblazoning the bottoms of your wedding day shoes with sparkly Mickeys and “I do” in Disney font ensures you’ll have a little piece of Disney with you, even if you’re the only one who sees it.
Get matching tattoos.
What better way to commemorate the happiest day of your life than by getting matching Disney tattoos with your partner? And with dozens of Disney films and phrases, the possibilities are endless.
Give your traditional wedding cake a twist.
If you’re not willing to sacrifice the traditional wedding cake look, try this two-sided cake idea.
Wear a princess dress.
Disney used to have its own princess wedding gown line with Alfred Angelo, but since the brand went out of business, you’ll have to be creative when searching for your Disney princess doppelganger dress.
Ask guests to give to your adventure fund, in lieu of gifts.
An adventure fund is a great idea for couples who love to travel — and who love “Up.”
Use table names inspired by iconic Disney couples.
Mickey and Minnie. Belle and the Beast. These simple yet elegant silhouette designs make for gorgeous table markers, and we’re officially in love.
Select Disney princess invitations.
Invitations by Dawn has a collection of invitations designed to embody the style of each Disney princess. We’re especially smitten with the Sleeping Beauty option.
Let Alice do the talking during cocktail hour.
“Drink me” and “eat me”emblazoned goodies make for an especially “Alice” cocktail hour.
Put hidden Mickeys in your bouquet.
Hidden Mickeys are one of the best ways to add some Disney to your big day without going overboard. For instance, this bouquet with scattered diamond Mickeys is perfection.
Make a Disney love songs playlist for the reception.
Disney is known for their sweeping, romantic love songs, so why not fill your reception playlist with the best of the best?
Stock the photo booth with Disney props.
We’ve all seen the generic props in wedding photo booths. Jazz yours up with Disney-inspired props. There are lots of printable options on Pinterest.
Outfit groomsmen in the groom’s favorite characters.
This group of bachelors sported Marvel superhero tees and Muppets socks under their formal attire.
Write your own fairytale storybook.
Compile your fairytale in a “Once Upon a Time” scrapbook of photos and stories that your guests can look at before the ceremony or during the reception.
Do Disney nails.
Adding a little Mickey head to your nail art is sure to bring a smile to your face.
Wear Mickey cufflinks.
Fellas, this one’s for you. Mickey cufflinks are an understated touch, but still noticeable.