“Say you’ll share with me one love, one lifetime. Let me lead you from your solitude. Say you need me with you here beside you. Anywhere you go, let me go, too. Christine, that’s all I ask of you.”

Had to use that song again. It’s too perfect. Anyway, let’s move on to the part we’ve all been waiting for: the bridal look for Phantom of the Opera.

POTO Bridal

 

This dress was an easy decision. I saw it and knew it was the one! (Isn’t that how it always is?) It’s elegant, it has some vintage lace going on, and it sort of looks like the a modern version of the dress Christine herself wears when she sings “Think of Me” in front of the entire opera house. It’s very sophisticated, which is exactly what Christine and Raoul would want! This dress is from Eve of Milady Bridals.

Just like the bridesmaids did, of the course the bride would need to show off her own masquerade mask for some pictures! This mask from Party Supplies Delivered is perfect! It’s bridal and adorable, and matches the dress perfectly. You’ll look amazing in the photos, though, to take a moment to quote Mean Girls: “Not that that was in jeopardy or anything.”

I love love love these One Wed shoes! I wasn’t positive about them at first, but I love the color and the vintage feel. I also love that they show off little pieces at a time while hiding the rest (sort of like the Phantom himself). You’ll feel so amazing in them all night long!

This bouquet is something that I love the look of, but I would change a few things for this particular theme. I love that the bouquet has lace in it, which is why I ended up picking it, but I would want the flowers to be real roses (not fabric ones shown in the picture) and have more of them so that the major color of the bouquet would be red. Still, I love the idea behind it! Find it on Etsy.

The clutch wasn’t my original pick. I was trying to track down a different one when I found this along the way and ended up liking it a little bit more. It matches our color and vintage themes, and is a good size to hold all of your essentials and emergency items (don’t forget the chalk and sewing kit!). While you won’t be carrying it around during the ceremony or most of the reception, I love the idea of it still matching your theme when you do have it with you! Find it on Etsy.

Finally, these earrings from, again, Etsy, are replicas of the earrings Christine wore during the “Think of Me” performance! Not the mention that they are gorgeous even without that little fact. You won’t have any need for a statement necklace with these on your lobes!

 

What do you ladies think of the Phantom of the Opera look? What would you do differently? What’s your favorite item? Let us know in the comments below, and make sure to LIKE! 🙂

 

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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