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by Magic Beyond Midnight
Choose your Princess...
Mimicking colors of the sea, as well as Ariel's Fins, this glitter encrusted invitation allows for beauty, while capturing the feel and look of one of Disney's most beloved princesses. It boasts a crystal encrusted starfish, shades of teal glitter backing on both the invitation and monogram, and satin ribbon, which can be used inside, outside or both. Two different Ariel designs are shown in the images below.
The Little Mermaid
Disney's second oldest princess is Aurora, or as many of you know her, Sleeping Beauty. We tried to stay consistent with the vintage book style fonts for this one, as this movie begins and ends with a book opening and closing, representing Aurora's story. We ultimately decided on a book fold invitation to match the ideas presented in the movie. The gold and pink colors were used to match both her gown and her golden hair... the feel of the gold invitation, also represents the past.
Styling the invitation after her gorgeous gold gown and Beasts handsome blue suit; the gate fold style allowed us room for a sparkle gold ribbon, shadowing a solid gold ribbon and gold brooch. The interior corners are slatted for the wording layer and designed to look similar to the stain glass present in Beast's Castle. The infamous rose is also present amongst the wording.
Beauty and the Beast
In honor of MBM's name, Cinderella, probably Disney's most popular princess, has the honor of being next! The invitation designed for Cinderella is nothing short of glamorous! The angle of the invitation, takes the shape of the glass slipper, while the glitter is intended to present the magic from the fairy godmother. The satin white ribbon and shimmer blue backing, are a perfect match to Cinderella's ball gown, with a simple brooch to add additional drama.
The movie Frozen has gone viral. For this invitation, we've added sparkle to the pocket and exterior flap to denote winter. The white tulle bow and brooch parallel snow (and Olaf) and the shimmer of the ice castle Elsa creates in the movie. The interior snowflake design and rhinestones are indicative of Elsa's swirling frozen magic!
Rapunzel is one of Disney's newest princesses! The tangled movie gave us long golden locks, finished with flowers as well as Rapunzel's purple dress. The paper colors reflect her dress and the flag of her kingdom. The yellow ribbon and flowers, not only represent her hair, but also the golden sun logo the movie often showcases, in addition to the lanterns.
Disney's Oldest Princess is Snow White... The colors used here are indicative of this porcelain beauty's dress and cape. We couldn't leave out the magic mirror, which encompasses the wording for the big day! The bow that adorns the front and interior pay homage to the bow Snow wears in her hair.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs