So this week, I made my man watch this movie with me. All week he’s been saying “As you wish” or building questions up so that I have to say it back. (Actually, I didn’t make him watch it. I watched it while he played a video game and he kept getting distracted and watching it with me because Princess Bride is awesome.) Aaaaaaand that’s been my week working on this post. Here’s my version of the bridal look!

Princess Bride Bridal


I had a very hard time with the dress. I wanted it to have the long sleeves because back in that era, women didn’t wear short sleeves, especially for their wedding. Buttercup never once sports short sleeves in the movie, either. Plus it had to be relatively simple and classic. I think this dress from Heidi Elnora fits the bill perfectly!

The bouquet, of course, is the same as the one from the bridal party look. I still love its simplicity and the fact that it almost looks like you could’ve plucked the blooms yourself.

I absolutely adore this headband from Etsy. It’s modeled after the Victorian era, which is the time that the movie is based upon. You’ll feel absolutely gorgeous wearing this, and I can definitely see Buttercup trying this on herself.

Looking for a place to keep your phone and other essentials? This vintage clutch from Etsy will definitely do the job in a stylish way. Also, if you have your phone on you, you run much less of a risk of getting kidnapped by a Sicilian, so that’s always a plus.

The lighting in the picture of the shoes is a little bright, but the shoes are actually a nice, classy blush color, which I love. They’ll match everything else perfectly. I love that they’re vintage looking! They’ll look gorgeous peeking out from underneath that gown as well. Shoes are also from Etsy

And I had to add this sweatshirt. Please humor me and wear it while you’re getting ready in the morning or on the way to the honeymoon! Then send a picture to our Facebook! You can buy this from Cafe Press. Also, I’d like to add that I find it hilarious that a male is modeling the sweatshirt that says “I’m your wife.”


Make sure to click “like” below so I know you’ve been to see me. Happy wedding planning, and have fun storming the castle!


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.
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