With a Cinderella proposal, a Lady and the Tramp rehearsal dinner and more hidden Disney references than well… Disneyland, last October, Philadelphia-woman, Kristen Wright achieved her dream of being a ‘Disney Bride’.
Marrying her now-husband Kenan Fitzpatrick, the couple stayed true to the magical theme from the proposal to their honeymoon.
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In a breakdown of their costs, Kristen estimates they spent:
Ceremony: US$13,000 (AU$18,960)
Flowers: US$10,000 (AU$14,585)
Photographer: US$5,000 (AU$7,292)
DJ: US$1,500 (AU$2,187)
Wedding dress: US$1,500 (AU$2,187)
Wedding planner: US$1,500 (AU$2,187)
Decorations: US$2,000 (AU$2,917)
Party favours: US$1,000 (AU$1,458)
But for Kristen, it was all worth it. She told Mamamia that she’s since been in inundated with compliments and messages on her Instagram account @disneybridexox.
“The reaction to the wedding has been really nice a lot of nice compliments on all the details of the wedding I’ve had quite a few messages about where I bought things,” she said.”It’s nice to be able to share with other Disney brides.”
So, if you’ve ever wondered what a Disney-themed wedding looks like, wonder no more. Here are all the incredible photos and moments from Kristen’s wedding. See how many Disney references you can spot.
The ‘Cinderella’ proposal.
Not only did it take place at Disneyland, right in front of the Sleeping Beauty castle, but Kristen and Kenan were also dressed up as Cinderella and Prince Charming when Kenan popped the question.