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One Wedding, One Destiny
A Kingdom Hearts Themed Wedding
July 15, 2017

Part 2: The Wedding Party

After two years of planning it finally happened! There’s so much to share so be sure to be follow along. Here are the rest of the parts:

Part 1: The Couple
Part 3: The Decor
Part 4: The Ceremony
Part 5: The Reception
Part 6: The Cake
Part 7: Everything Else

Keep reading for more details and things the photographer missed.

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“Main Street Mansion” 1950s

One concept considered in the early development of Disneyland was for a ghost house walkthrough just off of Main Street U.S.A. Walt tasked his team with creating an experience where guests could explore a local haunted mansion of sorts. Unlike Disneyland’s eventual Haunted Mansion, the facade of the attraction would be dilapidated and decrepit, a purposeful stain on the clean-and-tidy Main Street. Of course this project was never built in this area, nor did it remain a walkthrough, but it would’ve been interesting to see how the dynamic of Main Street would have changed with a creepy spook house looking down on it.

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Beauty And The Beast Disney Inspired Wedding Cake

Gold details add an aura of elegance to just about any wedding cake, but when you sprinkle in delicate red roses you get a cake that exudes fairy tale romance. Inspired by the love and romance of the Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast,  I think Belle herself would approve of the floral that adds just the right touch of sophistication.

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One Wedding, One Destiny
A Kingdom Hearts Themed Wedding
July 15, 2017
Part 1: The Couple

After two years of planning it finally happened! There’s so much to share so be sure to be follow along. Here are the rest of the parts:

Part 2: The Wedding Party
Part 3: The Decor
Part 4: The Ceremony
Part 5: The Reception
Part 6: The Cake
Part 7: Everything Else

Keep reading for more details and things the photographer missed.

Keep reading

Where’s the movie in which two girls do everything together until one of them gets a boyfriend and everything changes. Except, no one gets a boyfriend and instead of everything changing, nothing changes and they move in together and decide two beds are too expensive and ten years down the line realise they’ve pretty much been dating since they were fifteen and get married and have the Disney themed wedding they had been planning together since they were five. Bonus points if they have their own dance routine.

“Jungle Cruise” Marc Davis

This fantastic concept for the entrance to Jungle Cruise by Disney Legend Marc Davis wonderfully sets the stage for one of Disney’s most classic theme park attractions. Inspired by The African Queen and a True-Life Adventure documentary, Jungle Cruise takes guests down various rivers of the world via steamer boats, past wildlife, exotic flora, and, of course, the “Backside of Water.” Whether it’s the cringeworthy skippers with unlimited puns, or the atmosphere of intrigue and adventure, this opening-day attraction continues to delight guests to this day.

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Disney Princess Themed Engagement Rings

Pocahontas, Tiana (Princess and the Frog), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Rupunzel (Tangled), Elsa and Anna (Frozen), Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Mulan, Snow White, Jasmine (Aladdin), Merida (Brave), Kida Nedakh (Atlantis), and Cinderella

k but charmer where chowder and farmer get married young. like. before graduating samwell young.

farmer isn’t all for the “love at first sight then” and then this kid literally crashes into her life and she’s like, forever wouldn’t be so bad with you!!! and then she’s like, oh shit

so like, farmer proposes after briefly bringing it up to chowder who was like?? i’d do anything to be a great husband!!! i wanna make my wife happy as much as i possibly can!!!!!! and like farmer’s like ok i love u even more and so she buys some nice looking, kind of worn, gold bands from a thrift store and is like “marry me, right now, i’m not shitting yOU CHOW”

so, duh, chowder cries a bit and then!!!! WEDDING PLANNING!!!!

chowder can’t decide who his best man will be and so nursey and dex are both his best man. (………………………ofc they’re gonna hook up at the wedding ok) and farmer brings along march and april for her maid of honors.

headcanon that farmer was one of those girls who were like “i don’t like princesses!!!!” but secretly wanted to wear a tiara like all the time so!!!!! at her wedding she gets to be a goddamn princess ok. she doesn’t wear a tiara down the aisle but she does at the reception!!!! chowder cries again and can’t stop crying. 

UM DISNEY-THEMED WEDDING PROBS THEY ARE AN IRL DISNEY COUPLE SO SIT DOWN AND ENJOY THE NEMO-THEMED CAKE BITCHES

speaking of which: jack brings along some hockey friends, who proceed to bring along their own hockey friends, and suddenly half of the sharks team is there and chowder faints and farmer begins to fan herself “oh lord”

f u ck m e  u p if they dance to any song from beauty and the beast i’ll start crying

like. imagine them being like thirty and the amount of people whose eyes will bug out their head when they say that they’re celebrating their TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR MARRIAGE FUCK IT UPPPPPPPPP

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Iterations of concept art for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. The top piece, by Imagineer Dan Goozeé, reminds me of the American romanticist art of the mid-1800s. In that era, paintings by artists such as Thomas Moran and Albert Bierstadt commonly depicted scenery in the American West with bold colors and deep shadows.

“The Royal Courtyard” Herb Ryman, 1964

Theme parks are always about exploration. Not necessarily about the genre of exploration, but about the personal journey of a guest as they explore each area, attraction, and sight “within the berm.” The concept of “stairs to nowhere” have added layers of depth to these environments, creating locales that feel lushly lived-in and unfabricated. One of the best examples of this concept is Disneyland’s New Orleans Square, where guests have endless nooks and crannies to explore. This piece by master Herb Ryman shows a peaceful courtyard off of Royal Street. What goes on here? Who lives here? Where do the stairs go? The presentation and the questions it spurs pique interest and encourage you to continue exploring.

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