My Fictional Bridal Party


I swear this tag was made for me, so thank you so much to Natasha over at Tashapolis on YouTube for this wonderful book tag! I’m a huge fan of weddings and I’ve been planning my own since I was about 13 years old, my Pinterest board is looking a bit overwhelming. The aim of this tag is to choose a selection of fictional characters to be apart of your bridal party which just sounds like so much fun! I wanted to choose some different characters rather than typical picks to make this a bit more interesting, so I hope you enjoy. If you’ve done this tag then please leave a link in the comments as I’d love to read your answers!

Mor from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas (Bridesmaid) – All the characters in these books are some of my favourites and I need them all at my wedding! I picked Mor as not only will she be super organised thanks to her experience in running both the Court of Nightmare and Dreams but she also has great fashion sense. She’d make sure that I’d look nothing short of fabulous!

Charlie Grant from Save the Date by Morgan Matson (Bridesmaid) – She’s got the experience that’s for sure, and know’s how to handle wedding day disasters! Like me, she’s a big fan of weddings and family gathering and I think we’d get along like a house on fire.

Jane Bennett from Pride and Prejudice (Bridesmaid) – At first I chose Elizabeth Bennett but I changed my mind and went for Jane instead as I thought she’d have more knowledge and advice with her being the older sister. She’s had her own traditional romance with Mr Bingley and I’m sure would help me achieve the perfect wedding.

Vin from Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson (Bridesmaid) – I know this is an odd one but Vin is one of my new favourite characters and I couldn’t leave her out! She’s a big fan of getting all dressed up and going out to balls so I think she’d be up for being a bridesmaid. Plus I think she needs a chance to let her hair down after everything she’s been through in the first book of the series and I’d love to see more of her and Elend!

Hermione Granger from Harry Potter by J.K Rowling (Maid of Honour) – It feels only right that Hermoine is my maid of honour as she’s been a character I’ve loved and looked up to since I was a child. She’s super organised and could use some of her magic to create the most perfect wedding.

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