Dressed As Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Couple Renews Vows

mickey and minnie mouse wedding

Disney weddings and proposals are undoubtedly popular — but UK couple Julie Webb-Flint and her husband Jason, took their love of Disney to a whole new level when they decided to renew their vows in full Mickey and Minnie Mouse costumes. Guests arrived dressed for the occasion as well.

According to TheSun.co.uk:

“Guests opted for other characters, including Daisy Duck, Woody from Toy sTory, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, Shrek and Fiona, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Snow White.”

Instead of the traditional ceremony processional song like Wedding March, the bride walked down the aisle to the Mickey Mouse Club House theme — and the two made their exit to the Shrek finale song, “I’m a Believer,” by the Monkees.

Well done, you two.

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  • Simone Hill
    08/15/12 at 01:35

    I don’t get the whole Disney wedding phenomenon. Seems overdone at this point, and this is just taking it way too far! I guess you have to keep some fun in the relationship, but these costumes are just creepy.

  • April
    08/15/12 at 03:29

    Slight problem: Shrek & Fiona aren’t Disney characters. They are from Dreamworks. & I agree, the costumes are just plain disturbing!

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