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Disney-Pixar Up Themed Wedding

Does anyone have ideas for a subtle way to incorporate an Up theme to a wedding? I know that basics such as balloons, grape soda pins, and the adventure book, but I am trying to come up with some other ideas as well. Thanks!
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Re: Disney-Pixar Up Themed Wedding

  • BHoward1126BHoward1126 member
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    edited January 2012

    Instead of a money tree do a large glass jar with "paradise falls' on it. I think that would be amazing!

  • How about the white mailbox with yours and your future hubby's hand print as the "card box"? I love the "paradise falls" glass jar idea!! 
    lahnaloomiaawallace
  • You can't forget Kevin! Might be a bit much but maybe some earrings like this?
    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mb8bu861O71qj9wxoo1_500.jpg

    This is also an outfit guide for an Up themed wedding:
    http://data.whicdn.com/images/37022991/tumblr_m8yn4pkEgn1qj9wxoo1_1280_large.jpg

    Maybe a bunting that says Adventure is out there?
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  • We used "Married Life", the song that plays during the montage of their lives, as our recessional.
  • AddieCakeAddieCake Beyond the Wall member
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    OP probably doesn't need help with this anymore. This thread is from over 2 years ago. 


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  • Keep it going.  I need I ideas now. LOL


  • JCbride2015JCbride2015 Dirty Jerz member
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    @mapstone Start your own thread!  Not only is this one really old, it has terrible/rude ideas like a money jar.  Also... themes are kind of weird.  It has to be subtle.  A few decorations like balloons are okay, maybe using some of the music, but go too far on this theme and it will look like a kid's birthday party.
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  • I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!

  • leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!

    I would.

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    Themes are weird indeed. They are weddings, not bat mitzvahs
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  • Jen4948Jen4948 Houston member
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    Themes are weird indeed. They are weddings, not bat mitzvahs
    Bat mitzvahs do not need themes either.  The only "theme" of mine was "bat mitzvah."
  • doeydodoeydo Southwestern Ontario member
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    Boutonnieres: 
    Disney UP Themed Wedding.
    Grape soda pin boutonniere from Disney's UP.Card box:
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    Disney UP Wedding Cupcakes Balloons.Carl and Ellie UP Chair Disney Wedding Cake.
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  • JoanE2012JoanE2012 Exit 21 (Jersey!) member
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    leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!

    They are weird.  It's a wedding, not a kids birthday party.  When I see themed weddings, I question the maturity of the couple getting married.
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  • JoanE2012 said:


    leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!


    They are weird.  It's a wedding, not a kids birthday party.  When I see themed weddings, I question the maturity of the couple getting married.

    Absolutely! Especially something Disney themed
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  • lolo883 lolo883 Space Tiger member
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    This thread is over 3 years old, ya'll. @KnotPorscha‌ can you close it please?

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  • doeydodoeydo Southwestern Ontario member
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    leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!

    They are weird.  It's a wedding, not a kids birthday party.  When I see themed weddings, I question the maturity of the couple getting married.
    Absolutely! Especially something Disney themed
    Sheesh, why can't adults love Disney?  
    "I think you know immediately. As soon as your eyes meet. Then everything that happens from then on just proves that you have been right in that first moment. When you suddenly realize that you were incomplete and now you are whole." -Luce, Imagine Me & You
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    JoanE2012 said:


    leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!


    They are weird.  It's a wedding, not a kids birthday party.  When I see themed weddings, I question the maturity of the couple getting married.
    Absolutely! Especially something Disney themed

    Sheesh, why can't adults love Disney?  

    They can. Still doesnt mean you should have a Disney themed wedding. IMO anyway.
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  • doeydo said:
    leelabear said:

    I wouldn't call themes weird. Just don't go over board and buy cheesy things. I love Up. Adventure is out there!

    They are weird.  It's a wedding, not a kids birthday party.  When I see themed weddings, I question the maturity of the couple getting married.
    Absolutely! Especially something Disney themed
    Sheesh, why can't adults love Disney?  
    Excellent question! As someone who has worked at Walt Disney World for years, it's a big part of my life and my fiance's life. You can bet your ass we'll have some Disney touches for our wedding.
    Istoleahalo
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