The Coolest (Pun Intended) Ideas For a Frozen-Themed Wedding

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We're all about the newest Disney princesses, Anna and Elsa from Disney's knockout hit Frozen. The ladies are strong-willed heroines — and at least one of them is independently fierce in her singlehood — and the snowy setting of the animated film is stunning. So we thought it'd be fun to look for some Frozen-inspired wedding ideas for either a Winter wonderland big day or bridal shower. Don't worry, these are ideas for grown-ups, not a little girl's birthday party (which is adorable in its own right). Get this chillingly chic wedding inspiration now, and check out the official Elsa-inspired wedding dress you can buy in January! Source: Disney

The Dress
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The Dress

You'll need a wedding gown that's shimmery and blue, like this Elie Saab stunner from the designer's haute couture Spring/Summer 2012 collection.

The Bouquet

The Bouquet

This crystal snowflake bridal bouquet ($225) would make the perfect Frozen-inspired bouquet alternative — and makes for a keepsake long after the big day.

The Ceremony
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The Ceremony

If you really want to follow in Elsa's footsteps, tie the knot in a magical ice castle like this couple did in Sweden's Ice Church.

The Tablescapes

The Tablescapes

Low lighting, lots of candles, white feathers, and doilies make for a dreamy tablescape worthy of any fairy-tale princess. Photo by de Belle Photography via Elegant Wedding

The Hair Accessory

The Hair Accessory

Request a custom headpiece from Etsy seller BeasleysWonders similar to this wedding circlet to dress up your tresses. Source: Etsy seller BeasleysWonders

The Hairstyle

The Hairstyle

Use Elsa and Anna's loose braids for wedding day hair inspiration. Photo by Meredith Carlson Photography via Wedding Chicks

The Flower Girl

The Flower Girl

The best part will be dressing up the flower girl in a Frozen-inspired dress ($60).

The Ceremony Decor

The Ceremony Decor

Tulle and twinkle lights make for a romantic canopy you can use for the ceremony or reception. Photo by Jennifer Blair Photography via Style Me Pretty

The Bridesmaids' Dresses

The Bridesmaids' Dresses

Any bridesmaid would squeal with delight if they were asked to wear this Alice + Olivia electric-blue sequin dress ($684).

The Setting

The Setting

This Frozen-themed shoot took place at the Ice Castles in Midway, UT, which would make a stunning location for wedding photos. Photo by Meredith Carlson Photography via Wedding Chicks

The Reception Decor

The Reception Decor

Vases with white manzanilla branches give the look of a Winter forest, just like the Arendelle setting of Frozen. Photo by Ardita Kola via Style Me Pretty

The Candy

The Candy

What better candy to serve for dessert or favors than blue and white rock candy? It looks just like icicles but tastes better. Photo by Amy Jordan via Style Me Pretty

The Tablecloths

The Tablecloths

Give all your tables a sparkly blue glow with sequined tablecloths ($85-$235).

The Cocktails

The Cocktails

Serve blue cocktails for a wintry nod to the theme. Photo by Marisa Holmes Photography via Style Me Pretty

The Bouquet

The Bouquet

Use Anna's gorgeous purple and blue color scheme for the bouquet. Photo by Meredith Carlson Photography via Wedding Chicks

The Cake

The Cake

A Frozen cake doesn't have to be cheesy! With the ombre blues and delicate snowflake design, this cake is a grown-up ode to the film. Source: Instagram user sweetnsaucyshop

The Invitations

The Invitations

White snowflakes stand out on kraft-paper invitations and add a more rustic look to the paper goods. Photo by Ardita Kola via Style Me Pretty

The Dessert

The Dessert

Blue and white snowflake-adorned cake pops make cute desserts or favors. Photo by Ardita Kola via Style Me Pretty

The Cake

The Cake

Coat the cake with shredded coconut to replicate a snowy finish. Photo by Meredith Carlson Photography via Wedding Chicks

The Honeymoon
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The Honeymoon

If you can't have your wedding in an ice castle, you can at least have your honeymoon in an ice hotel that looks something like New York City's Minus5 Ice Bar.