We see so many princess-style weddings here at Whitehouse, we thought it would be time to see what a real princess would actually do with our products! We’ve put together some table layouts for some of our favourite Disney heroines, either to celebrate their happily-ever-after wedding, or simply for a grand royal feast that they might be hosting. We’ve included a good range of princesses, but if there’s someone you would desperately like us to imagine a table for, then just leave a comment on this post and we might create a part 2…
Snow White may be the oldest Disney princess, but we felt that a few modern twists could give her wedding table a 21st century feeling. Using dark blue, yellow, rose-gold and black, we featured all the colours that are associated with Snow, but translated into a more fashionable tones. Like all Disney princesses, she expertly mixes a delicate sensibility with a tough will, which is why we chose to have such striking items upon a lace tablecloth. We think Snow White would adore this at her wedding and, hopefully, she’ll recommend us when all the dwarves get married too!
In this look: Scarlett rose-gold charger plate, Sofia porcelain, Blair cutlery and Serena glassware
Rapunzel is probably one of the princesses with the saddest story, but also the one with some of the strongest willpower. That’s why we felt her wedding should be a mix of classic and eccentric colours, because, at the end of the day, she can do whatever she wants! Delicate flower petals nod their head to the origins of her powers, the magical flower, whilst darker purples hint towards her troubled upbringing. We definitely believe she deserves the full princess treatment after been locked away for 18 years, therefore we put as much pink and purple in as humanly possible.
In this look: Sienna purple charger plate, Caterina porcelain, Alice cutlery, Harper lilac water glass, Alex glassware
In a way, this table setting is the anti-wedding set-up, since Brave is entirely about how antiquated arranged marriages are for smart, independent, capable women [or any women, in that case.] To honour that, we went for a very rustic, rugged look, incorporating stoneware to match the harsh, but beautiful, Scottish environment. We felt that Meredith’s hair was bright enough to do away with any colour anywhere else on the table, therefore all the tones are muted down, including the delicate Gypsophila that sits beautifully within the crisp, white napkin. Meredith taught us about the importance of family, as well as the power that a women can have if she believes in herself, two ideas that we support wholeheartedly.
In this look: Charlotte charger plate, Simone porcelain, Alice cutlery, Dee tumbler, Crystal glassware
We simply had to cover Jasmine’s wedding table in bright blues and glinting crystal, since she probably lives in the grandest circumstances of all the princesses. However, because Jasmine never wanted the life that was given to her, opting instead to roam the streets with Aladdin, we’ve given her both opulence and simple aspects, all combining to create a look that captures both sides of her personality. An emerald-coloured charger plate matches the vintage-style plate atop it, with this gorgeous menu finishing it all off to the highest standard.
In this look: Mia emerald charger plate, Vintage side plate, Blair cutlery, Madison glassware
Beauty and the Beast always had the most fantastic message: just concentrating on looks will lead to your ruin, instead focus on making yourself a better person. This is why we went for a deliciously simple layout, with the single rose representing the Beast’s countdown and a regal piece of pink-rimmed porcelain to remind everyone that Belle did, unbeknownst to her, fall in love with a member of the royal family. A teacup replaces the usual glassware which, we hope, would burst into life at some point during the reception to sing a beautiful song. We won’t hold our breath though…
In this look: Sienna baby pink charger plate, Eleanor pastel pink porcelain, Grace cutlery, vintage teacup
Blue strips cut through this table layout, representing the thorns that kept the prince from waking Aurora from her destined sleep. Apart from that, however, we felt that, as one of the kindest and most nature-loving princesses, she should have engorged flowers and scattered leaves to soften the table, along with a pale blue charger plate to match her dress (although, we could have gone with pink or purple as well…). The gold of her hair is captured in this beautiful cutlery, as well as her polite sensibility. If Aurora is proof of anything, it is that having three women raise you makes you a kind, interesting, respectful woman yourself.
In this look: Connie charger plate, Caterina porcelain, Eden cutlery, Harper purple water glass
For our last princess, we changed the tone with Tiana’s frog-inspired colour scheme. Perhaps the most humble of all the princesses, Tiana knows the value of hard work, as well as the importance of quality over quantity. This is why we think she would choose bold, but not excessive, colours, with detailed flowers to remind her of the short time she spent traversing the undergrowth as an amphibian. Once again, we had to include hints of gold just to remind us that she is, in fact, a princess, however we didn’t want to push it in everyone’s face.
In this look: Sienna green charger plate, Valentine porcelain, Grace cutlery, Vintage teacup
Which princess do you think you relate to the most?
Would you go with the ultra-princess table set-up, with Rapunzel, or for the toned-down feast set up like Meredith. We’d love to hear about your favourite ones, and don’t forget to share with any friends who you think deserve a princess wedding. If you’re feeling inspired, go straight to the main part of our website to start a quote, but if you’re still looking for more to spark your interest, then check out our social media pages. We post pictures every single day of weddings, shoots and layouts that we’ve done at the Whitehouse HQ, so click on any of the links below to go straight there.
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