It’s time to ask all of your favorite women if they want a build a snowman! (P.S. the only correct answer is YES). Here, you’ll find inspiration to style your bridal party after the theme of “Frozen.”

Frozen Bridal Party

I kept going with that ice blue and white theme we were focusing on for the Bridal Style last week. I love how all of these elements come together!

This dress is from Jasmine Bridal. I really wanted to go with a long dress, because this theme is perfect for a winter wedding, and weddings in the winter tend to be more formal than those in other seasons. I obviously love the ice blue of the dress, but the white lace straps on the top is what really cinched it for me. It’s gorgeous, but doesn’t take away from the bride’s dress, which is extremely important. And another perk of choosing this dress for you Virginian brides is that Jasmine Bridal dresses can be found in many areas around the state!

Usually, I use the same bouquet for both the bride and the bridesmaids in these styles, but I love how simple this is and how it adds more white to this look, where there is quite a lot of the ice blue going on. I love how the ribbon just adds that little pop of color to the simplicity of the florals. If you go with the bouquet featured in the bridal style, just use the same white florals in both bouquets with the blue added to only the bride’s to have that completed look! This particular bouquet is from Palette of Petals in Virginia Beach!

If you’ve noticed from some of my other pop culture styles, I usually tend to go for shoes that are in a muted color, such as white, silver or black instead of actual colored shoes. But what I love about these shoes is they just go with the dress perfectly and aren’t going to grab too much attention away from the happy couple. These shoes are from Macy’s, and also come in a variety of other colors, such as ivory and silver.

The snowflake pictured is actually a necklace from JCPenney. I love that it’s not just a simple snowflake, although there are many options of those available should you so choose! But the blue stones embedded in the snowflake really add to the whole look and make it pop a little bit more. And Elsa’s snowflakes always had a little more edge to them than regular snow, so why shouldn’t the ones in your wedding do the same?

And last but not least, I bet you were all wondering about the candle. I thought this would be a fantastic thing for you brides to consider as a bridesmaid gift! The scent from Yankee Candle is called “Season of Peace” and is supposed to evoke that feeling of calm that comes from freshly piled snow. According to the reviews on Yankee Candle’s website, it is not an overpowering scent, so it’s a good fit for anybody, whether they are a usual candle lover or not. And of course, it’s white, so it fits with your wedding colors as well!


Check back next week to for inspiration on your ceremony and reception to fit the theme of “Frozen,” and make sure to keep reading both the Virginia Brides and Virginia Wedding Locations blogs for even more great ideas!

The author: Beth Wertz

Beth graduated from James Madison University in 2014 with a degree in journalism. Most of her spare time is spent looking at wedding dresses and watching Netflix, hoping to get more ideas for Style Inspirations.