Artist Reimagines Iconic Disney Women and Princesses as Modern Brides. Talented artist, Greco Archibald (Instagram handle @archibald.art) has given the Disney Princesses and Iconic Disney Women a new look for walking down the aisle in a modern world.
Keeping true to the nature of the characters and their stories, you can see how Greco cleverly incorporated elements from the classic stories of these iconic women from Disney into their modern wedding day attire. With roses galore in Belle’s dress, to intricate patterns and designs in Pocahontas’s gown, a keen eye can spot the many nods to the Disney Classics in these breathtaking pieces of art.
Take a look at the beautiful artistry by @archibald.art:
1.) Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
2.) Cinderella from Cinderella
3.) Aurora from Sleeping Beauty
4.) Ariel from The Little Mermaid
5.) Belle from Beauty and the Beast
6.) Jasmine from Aladdin
7.) Pocahontas from Pocahontas
8.) Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame
9.) Megara “Meg” from Hercules
10.) Mulan from Mulan
11.) Kidagakash “Kida” from Atlantis: The Lost Empire
12.) Giselle from Enchanted
13.) Tiana from Princess and the Frog
14.) Rapunzel from Tangled
15.) Merida from Brave
16.) Anna from Frozen
17.) Elsa from Frozen
18.) Moana from Moana
Though Greco is far from being the first artist to reimagine the Disney Princesses and other iconic Disney Women, his work is inspiring and gives us a peek at what we could expect these characters to wear in a modern wedding.
Be sure to check out more of Greco Archibald’s work via his Instagram account (@archibald.art) and be sure to come back to Chip and Company for all things Disney!
Photo Credit: Greco Archibald (@archibald.art)/Instagram
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