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Enchanting Wedding Inspiration

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Post by guest blogger Cassandra Key of Bridal Magic.
Photo by Ryan Flynn via Junebug Weddings
Photo by Ryan Flynn via Junebug Weddings.

Enchanting, entrancing, lovely. These are all words to describe a style that is as glamorous as it is charming. Bold flourishes, romantic details, and fairytale-esque elements all come together to create a wedding that’s full of magic. To weave your own enchanting wedding story, consider these style details.

Enchanting Flowers

The most enchanted flowers are ones that combine a bit of whimsy with classic pieces. Think jewel-toned colors mixed with muted shades, greenery that bends and twists, and loosely-fitted flowers. It’s like walking into a secret garden that’s overgrown with beautiful blooms and cascading greens.

Photo by Julie Wilhite via Green Wedding Shoes
Photo by Julie Wilhite via Green Wedding Shoes.

Enchanting Wedding Dresses

Loads of chiffon, wispy fabric, lace details, and a ribbon to top it off. An enchanting wedding gown should be as dreamy as a fairytale and as light as a cloud.

Photo by Emily Steffen via Ruffled
Photo by Emily Steffen via Ruffled.

Enchanting Stationery

The wedding invitations you send and the signs you decorate with are the beginning of your story and set the tone for your theme. Include the enchanting look with script fonts that flourish. We have cards, menus, place cards, and signs that will delight your guests and charm their hearts. Take a look at our enchanting style for inspiration.

Freshly Brewed Iced Tea Sign Enchanting Style
“Freshly Brewed Iced Tea” Sign Enchanting Style.

Enchanting Decorations

An enchanted wedding wouldn’t be complete without twinkling lights. String them between trees, wrap around beams, or hang from the ceiling to create a curtain effect. You can also use lanterns, tea light candles, taper candles, and shaped string lights (like roses) to achieve an enchanted light look.

Photo by Milanes Photography via The Celebration Society
Photo by Milanes Photography via The Celebration Society.

Enchanting Cake

Don’t forget to add a touch of enchantment to your wedding cake. Cover it with flowers, gild it with gold, adorn it with bows, or keep it simple with a few placed flowers and a dusting of edible glitter.

Photo by Crystal Stokes via The Lovely Find
Photo by Crystal Stokes via The Lovely Find.

Whatever you choose for your enchanting wedding, whether it’s a ballroom filled with flowers fit for a queen or an intimate garden decorated with hanging lanterns and mini chandeliers, make it with magic in mind and you and your guests will surely be bedazzled by beauty and love.

Cassandra Key is a freelance wedding blogger and founder of Bridal Magic, a blog for brides with a fairytale heart. For more enchanting wedding inspiration visit her at