Get The Look: Disney Princesses Show Off Their Accessories

Happy 57th anniversary to Disneyland! The park celebrated it’s official opening on July 17th, 2012.

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Snow White

Accessorize like the "fairest of them all" with an unique apple clutch (just don't try to eat it!).

Photo:; Cook Images ( Kelsey & Jamie: A Modern Wedding In Pensacola, FL
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Beauty & The Beast

The classic red rose is symbolic of the magic spell placed upon the castle in Beauty and the Beast. Make a statement for your love with ruffled red pumps.
Photo:, Visionary
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Rock a diamond headpiece like Kim K. for an Arabian look that is wedding-worthy of Princess Jasmine. Kim Kardashian's wedding day jewels were designed by Lorraine Schwartz.
Photo: The Knot
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Sleeping Beauty

A floral crown is a trendy must-have for any woodland, Boho themed wedding. Princess Aurora may have had help from her forest friends and fairy godmothers, but this could be a fun DIY project.
Photo: Nyholt
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Bibbity bobby boo- Rock your own pair of glass slippers with a sparkly slingback. Your Prince Charming will know he's found his princess.
Photo: You Can't Be Serious (Madeline & Michael)
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The Princess & The Frog

A masquerade mask for your wedding photos is a cute way to spice things up New Orleans-style. I suggest enticing your guests with some beignets too.
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A bridal braid is a pretty wedding look that will keep you hair pulled back without doing a traditional undo. Weave flowers through the braid for an outdoor garden wedding.
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Don't forget about your something blue. A turquoise statement necklace, like this one from Kenneth Jay Lane is very chic.

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Photo: McCord
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Throw a parasol in some of the wedding photos for a few fun shots. Or decorate your hair, or venue, with some beautiful Japanese cheery blossoms.

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>Have a Disney World Wedding

>See Alfred Angelo’s Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection

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>5 New Bridal Accessories You’ll Love (not Disney inspired)

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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