25 Enchanting Wedding Ideas Inspired By Beauty And The Beast

Candelabras are a must!
03/08/2017 09:38pm ET | Updated March 9, 2017
Bridal Guide

By Kristen Klein for Bridal Guide

It’s a tale as old as time. But with the new live-action Beauty and the Beast movie hitting theaters soon, we’re feeling inspired by Belle and the Beast. Here, check out 25 wedding ideas influenced by the movie.

By Mari Photography
Set the tone for your Beauty and the Beast wedding with a themed invitation. Related: Wedding Invitations by Style
Sarah Kathleen Photography
A photo of the bride "with her nose stuck in a book" is a must. Related: 33 Tips for Taking Beautiful Bridal Portraits
By Mari Photography
A yellow gown isn't the only way to channel Belle; instead, mirror her romantic look with an off-the-shoulder ballgown. Related: 50+ Beautiful New Wedding Ball Gowns
By Mari Photography
Your handsome groom can channel the beast in a navy tux paired with a gold tie and vest. Complete the look with a single rose boutonniere. Related: Beyond the Black Tux: Stylish Groom Inspiration
Sarah Michele Photography
Choose a half-up hairstyle reminiscent of Belle's. Related: The Prettiest Half-Up, Half-Down Hairstyles
Sarah Kathleen Photography
Dress your bridesmaids in pretty yellow dresses. Related: Bridesmaid Dresses by Color
Andria Lindquist
Gaze into the enchanted mirror to see your "beast" before the wedding. Related: 75 Reasons to Have a First Look
Brian Hatton Photography
Opt for a classic red rose bouquet. Related: 15 Unique Ways to Use Red Roses in Your Wedding
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Ride into your wedding ceremony on your own Phillipe. Related: 50 Adorable Ways to Include Your Pet in Your Wedding Day
Luxury Estate Weddings & Events
Adorn the castle's gates with lush flowers. Related: 40 Ways to Decorate Your Ceremony Aisle
Disney Fine Art Photography
The enchanted rose is a simple centerpiece that everyone will instantly recognize as Beauty and the Beast-inspired. Related: 75+ Gorgeous Tall Centerpieces
Samuel Lippke Studios
Line your tables with candelabras and gilded touches that would make Lumière proud. Related: Beyond Flowers: 50 Unique Ideas for Your Centerpieces
Bob and Dawn Davis Photography
Wrap your candelabras in roses for an even more romantic look. Related: 25 Ways to Transform Your Wedding With Lighting
By Mari Photography
Opt for black candles to pay homage to the castle's curse. Related: The Spookiest Halloween Weddings We've Ever Seen
By Mari Photography
Don't forget at add Mrs. Potts to your table! Related: Host a Tea Party-Themed Bridal Shower
Degrees North Images
For a more literal take on the Disney flick, collect movie memorabilia for your centerpieces. Related: This Wedding is a Disney Lover's Dream Come True
Elmer Escobar Photography
A pretty tea set makes a perfectly charming centerpiece. Related: 50 Ideas for a Vintage-Inspired Wedding
Sarah Kathleen Photography
A stack of books, topped with a teacup, is a simple and inexpensive centerpiece. Related: 10 Sweet Ideas for a Literary-Themed Wedding
Nadia D Photography
Frame a love quote from a classic novel on each table. Related: 30 Heartwarming Wedding Readings From Books
Canvas and Canopy Events
Add a clock to your tablescape as a nod to Cogsworth. Related: 50 Gorgeous Ways to Dress Up Your Reception Tables
Sarah Kathleen Photography
A set of keys represents the castle's dungeon. Related: 50 Ideas for a Classic Fairy Tale Wedding
By Mari Photography
Dress up each place setting with a single red rose. Related: 35 Cool Ways to Display Your Escort Cards
Let your cake really show off your theme with a gorgeous hand-painted stained glass design. Related: 50 Ways to Add a Little Disney Magic to Your Wedding
By Mari Photography
Or, give your cake a more subtle nod to Beauty and the Beast with a red rose cascade. Related: 101 Amazing Wedding Cakes
By Mari Photography
Share a dance beneath a chandelier, just like in the castle's ballroom. Related: 75+ New Must-Have Photos With Your Groom