Credit: Gabriel Fichera
I have been wanting to write this artigo since beginning but it took a lot mais time to find that right kind of dresses for each princess. I amor weddings, the festivity of it, the promises in it, the preparations for it. I'm kind of disappointed that disney hasn't made it a ritual kind of a thing in its movies. Though I understand, different plots need different settings, but I'd still amor to see mais of disney weddings especially in a romantic plot. I so wish especially Aurora's and Snow's wedding, with them finding their prince in the classic fairytale set-up.
Initially I had wanted to design the whole wedding theme for each princess but that is taking way too long, so I have picked out only princess wedding gowns for this article, as of now. The wedding theme is also under working, though. (I'm so excited to work on this).
Part 1 of the artigo is for those princesses who didn't get a formal wedding in their Happy Ever After. Part 2 will be for re-imagining the wedding gowns for those princesses who did get their wedding in original or sequels.
The selection of wedding gowns here is just what I think will suit each princess style based on their body features and their personalities. I haven't taken much into consideration the era for all of them as it was limiting the choices way too much, so I have taken a bit of leeway there.
1. Snow White:
Although she's the first disney princess and most classic of all, but she has a vibrant and energetic side to her personality. She's not as regally composed kind of a person but is rather chirpy and fun-loving but at the same time gentle and sweet and loving. Her signature outfit also reveals her spunk with bright as cores in yellow and blue with a red cape and high neck style. She's also sporting peep-toes, which again speaks about her style being mais chic than classic.
I think she can don a chic look with a cape or chapelaria, capacete, arnês in red, with gloves in red to go with her rosy cheeks and blood red lips. And her's would be pure winter white dress to match her snow white skin.
Or altogether a red wedding gown, it could get too modern for her tastes but she's the only princess who can don a full glory red gown. It may just flatter her looks.
Ah, the couple for whom I'd so wanted to see the wedding. She's the mos elegant, most graceful and poised princess of all. Her taste is royal and class and sophistication all the way. Her body structure being tall and composed and slim, I think she would look gorgeous in satin or chiffon skirts with no embellishments but have a the most simplest of elegance. But it should have a soft look to it for her gentle nature and a fall of the saia should not be overly flaired with straighter lines, somewhat pleated maybe.
She should have softest of sleeves, almost like a sheer fabric. I wouldn't want to give her a veil, i want to see her gorgeous hair tumble in soft curls, or if she wants it, then thinnest of veils, just a hint at it.
My favorito princess! I think she has a bit of frivolous side to her when it comes to dressing. Although most of her dresses are plain and simple but they varies in color a lot - blue, green, pink. Think she likes experimenting. Also, her signature golden vestido is totally different from her regular day-to-day clothes. I think she'd choose something extravagant for special occasions, so does her hairstyle shows. But I don't quite like the specific style of her signature outfit skirt. I like the upper corpete with off-shoulder design in lace. So, I have shown few wedding dresses inspired from her signature style.
But if I were to give her a dress, I'd rather give her softer hues of tulle, and layers and layers of it. I think it would give her the splendour without being overly boisterous. She can do with ivory color or ombre dress too. I wouldn't want to give her blush pink. Veil or no veil, she can do with both. But being a romantic imagination, she'd like a long veil, a simple one though.
Hmm, she's rather easy if going por her native American style. They had limited clothing options with deer skin as main resource of clothes. So for her, I have given what would be originally fit to her culture. To take a leap into imagination, i think something in gold sequins would have brought out her organic beauty and complimented her skin color or a simple straight cut renda, rendas, laço design would have showed off her gorgeous gold skin with black hair.
Okay, lets think Merida getting married. Hmm...this one's realllly tough. First of all, all hell will break loose on mentioning marriage to her and second, even if she were to agree, she'd just wouldn't want to fit into a dress that limits her in any way (Don't we all remember the archery contest dress). She'd have wanted something carefree, something open that gives her plenty of movement but yet very earthy and plain. She wouldn't want to fuss over it at all. Lastly, she wouldn't be traditional much. So I have given her a wedding dress with a free flowing structure, something from medieval era, but with no Scottish sash to break tradition. And no veil for her either, wouldn't want to hide her gorgeous hair.
Here's another side, to match her clear blue eyes and fiery red hair, I'd actually want her to wear another green/bluish dress, I think it would compliment her better than the white and it's not a traditional dress, so she might just like it a bit more.
I want to imagine her in a wedding dress so much. She's like a little pop of a star, shining bright and bustling with energy. Keeping in mind her spunky, outdoorsy, upbeat, warm personality and one who has one note extra of cheerfulness in her, I would want to give her a short length saia in a wedding dress. She can combine the gorgeous and cute qualities together with this and it would fit her like a charm. Not too short, but just off the ankle with fuller look to it rather than straight fall. She'd also like some renda, rendas, laço and pearls to bring about her femininity. She'd definitely like a short veil, something fluffy and in layers.
Hmm...another tough one to imagine, not because I can't imagine her getting married but because she has some mix personality. Majorly she was reserved, regal and composed but she does have some vanity in her, looking at the dress she made for herself. So i think she'd like a bit of both, something stately and classy but with a luxurious feel to it. I think cape really sets her apart and looks grand on her. So I would like to give her a full trailing cape, as sheer as possible, jutted with sequins and pearls. I think she'll look great in white with the braided bun.
Hope you'll enjoy this! amor to hear from you guys, as always