I believe Sleeping Beauty was every girl’s favorite movie in their childhood. Magnificent castle, sleeping princess and beautiful love story, no girl could resist the temptation of such a sweet dream. While now Disney seems to show us the other side of this famous story, Maleficent, the villain of Sleeping Beauty has just found the meaning of love. So I just wonder how about transforming this eerily beautiful story into a weird and gorgeous wedding? Think that Maleficent would be a bride? That’s fantastic!
Obviously the color scheme is the first thing to be considered for a Maleficent inspired wedding. We believe black, green, purple and gold will create a vintage and magical forest wedding. Dark, mysterious, sexy and with a little of whimsy, all these wedding goods tell us how a Maleficent wedding look like. Carry the theme through the wedding with emerald and gold invitations, black cakes and weird but stylish dessert table, which brims with sweet chocolate treats.
Our bride, Maleficent, represents sexy, bold and elegant. So which color will show all her features better than black? Get a look at a full black wedding gown. Remember Vera Wang’s black bridal collection? They are perfect for such a Gothic and elegant wedding fantasy.
Why just stick with one if you can have more choices? A white or ivory wedding dress with black belt can also get well along with this glamorous theme.
We will never forget our lovely bridesmaids! They are the best part to captivate and enchant the wedding. We believe black and white bridesmaid dresses are perfect these elegant ladies but keeping the styles simple, and adding some other hints of other colors or details avoid dull version.
Also, do not forget the makeup and the hairstyle (Maleficent’s horns are so cool). A great dress needs great hair and make-up to match. The dramatic hairstyle and make-up consist of vintage rolls and curls, intense deep black eyeliner and sexy bold red lips. To complete this attractive look, exaggerated nail polish could be indispensable.
Photo Credits: BG Productions via Story Board Wedding; Bit of Ivory Photography via Burnetts Boards; Melanie Duerkopp Photography via The Knot; Michael Segal Photography via SMP; One and Only Paris Photography via Wedding Chicks; Barber Photography via Wedding Chicks; k. thompson photography via Brides