With the recent launch of our new fairytale-inspired wedding collection—At Last—we’ve been dreaming up more and more ways to make your fairytale wedding dreams come true. We love how romantic this concept is and all of the beautiful decorations that go along with it, so we decided to share 10 of our favorite table decorations that are perfect for anyone who loves fairytales. Take a look at our favorites below and don’t forget to check out all that our At Last collection has to offer. Enjoy and congratulations on your happily ever after!
This gold, vintage standing table frame is a perfect way to display table numbers, photos, or quotes from your favorite fairytales. We love how detailed and regal it looks, and also love how these antique book favor boxes look alongside it! Who knew that such a lovely decoration could also double as pretty packaging for your favorite goodies.Such a great finishing touch to a wedding that looks like it came out of a storybook itself.
These are three simple ways to give a nod to Alice in Wonderland. Try creating antique-looking door knobs as table numbers, placing these vintage key bottle openers on the tables as favors, and filling a few bottles with a tag that says “drink me.”
Including the infamous carriage from Cinderella is a classic way to decorate for a fairytale wedding. We especially love how this one is filled with pretty flowers.
If you’re a fan of fairies or the fairy godmother, then these personalized wedding ribbon wands are a whimsical and simple way to bring those fairytale characters to life. Your guest’s can even take one home as a favor and use the wands during your send off.
Wrapping pretty thread around a spool makes a surprisingly beautiful alternative to a place card. Perfect for any fan of Sleeping Beauty.
Our DIY Enchanted Rose Place Cards and an addition of gold candlesticks throughout are a great way to add a touch of Beauty and the Beast to your wedding. We loved putting a spin on the enchanted rose concept—which including a yummy treat adorned with a rose instead.
Which of these ideas is your favorite? Are you planning a fairytale-inspired wedding?