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The fairytale wedding theme is one of those magical wedding styles that we all dreamt about as little girls. Most of us had our favorite “princess” looks in mind, such as Cinderella with her white gown. Now, as adults, we obviously want to add a more mature touch to this wedding look, without it losing its magic, of course.

But what exactly counts as a fairytale wedding theme, you know? There is some confusion between the fairytale wedding theme, and the enchanted and magical wedding themes. I’d say the fairytale wedding is more princess-like, with a royalty touch and plenty of flowers. Enchanted wedding themes, including the enchanted woodland theme, includes plenty of moss, whimsical fairy lights, wood elements, glass baubles and drifting flowers. The magical wedding theme will be closer to the fairytale wedding, but with tons and tons of fairy lights.

 

A fairytale wedding can work out more expensive, because you need to add quite a few elements to give it that wedding style. And, most of these elements will be things like candelabra, columns, golden cutlery and dinnerware, and a lot of flowers for massive bouquets and arrangements. Let’s look a bit closer at the different elements and options for the fairytale wedding theme.

What you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme

I have briefly discussed some of the elements commonly included in a fairytale wedding, as well as the differences between a fairytale, enchanted and magical wedding. However, there is no ‘norm’ for any kind of wedding style, so whatever conveys a fairytale look to you, is all that counts. I can, however, suggest a few key elements that you can consider when creating your wedding style.

You also don’t need to go way over the top with your fairytale wedding theme, unless you want to (and have the budget for it). You can emphasize with one key element, like lanterns for example, and bring additional decor items in to complement your wedding style. If you’re stuck on finding your ideal fairytale wedding style, look to Disney for some inspiration: roses, paper lanterns, fairy lights, outdoor lanterns, gold items, etc. can all be seen in Disney fairytale movies. 

Styling your fairytale wedding theme is not too challenging — just do your research properly and plan your wedding budget ahead of time, so that you see how much is actually available to get your wedding style across. If you want to know more about styling your wedding, you can read all about doing it like a pro in this post, where I cover basic color theory, and give tons of tips and advice. 

16 fairytale wedding theme ideas and tips

Use plenty of roses in your fairytale wedding theme. Roses are a romantic way to show off that magical factor — from the post: all you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Use plenty of roses

The use of roses is very popular in fairytale weddings. You can use romantic red roses, or create an all white wedding style with white and cream colored roses. Any rose colors will work, as long as you pair it with complimentary elements. Also keep in mind that roses are your more expensive wedding flowers (along with orchids), so make sure you have enough money in your wedding budget for this. 

Add enough candles

Using enough candles in your decor will convey a whimsical, magical feel — which is the vibe you want to achieve with a fairytale wedding. If your venue doesn’t allow candles because of a strict fire insurance policy, opt for the battery operated candles, which are now available in many different sizes and colors.

Using enough candles in your decor will convey a whimsical, magical feel — which is the vibe you want to achieve with a fairytale wedding. If your venue doesn't allow candles because of a strict fire insurance policy, opt for the battery operated candles, which are now available in many different sizes and colors. From the post: all you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club
When styling your tables, create height with your centerpieces. Naturally, fairytale weddings are always over the top when it comes to styling your reception venue. Go for tall 3 or 4 armed candelabra, or tall floral columns that aren't too thick at the bottom (guests should still be able to get a glimpse of each other from across the table). From the post: all you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club

Use height in your centerpieces

When styling your tables, create height with your centerpieces. Naturally, fairytale weddings are always over the top when it comes to styling your reception venue. Go for tall 3 or 4 armed candelabra, or tall floral columns that aren’t too thick at the bottom (guests should still be able to get a glimpse of each other from across the table).

Add some clear acrylic elements to your fairytale wedding

If possible, use acrylic elements where you can. Why? Acrylic reflects light wonderfully, which gives it a that magical, yet glamorous feel. You can use clear acrylic for your wedding invitations, but if that works out to be too expensive, rather use it for your table numbers. If you can splurge a little, use this wonderful element in your table decor as well.

If possible, use acrylic elements where you can. Why? Acrylic reflects light wonderfully, which gives it a that magical, yet glamorous feel. You can use clear acrylic for your wedding invitations, but if that works out to be too expensive, rather use it for your table numbers. If you can splurge a little, use this wonderful element in your table decor as well. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
A metallic element can be used alongside acrylic — but sparingly. Ideally, you'd want to have a few main wedding colors (3-5) and a complimentary element (metallic, acrylic, pearl, wood, etc). If you use one element, you can carry that throughout the entire wedding look. If you use two, one should compliment the other. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Try complementing with metallics

A metallic element can be used alongside acrylic — but sparingly. Ideally, you’d want to have a few main wedding colors (3-5) and a complimentary element (metallic, acrylic, pearl, wood, etc). If you use one element, you can carry that throughout the entire wedding look. If you use two, one should compliment the other.

Opt for metallic tableware and cutlery

Luckily, you can source these items for your wedding, as they have become more popular over time. Gold has become trendy at weddings again, and adding golden cutlery gives your wedding that royal, fairytale-like touch. Rose gold and copper are both very versatile metals, and works great with pastel colors.

Luckily, you can source these items for your wedding, as they have become more popular over time. Gold has become trendy at weddings again, and adding golden cutlery gives your wedding that royal, fairytale-like touch. Rose gold and copper are both very versatile metals, and works great with pastel colors. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
If Disney is what inspired your need for a fairytale wedding theme in the first place, then you can add certain elements that will hint at the fact. However, a word of caution: you don't want to go overboard with Disney, as it can soon become a very tacky look if done incorrectly. Be subtle, like a single rose in a cloche glass on each table, or shiny red apples in vases, or a beautiful Disney-inspired quote somewhere on a focal wall, and so on. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Hint a little bit at Yours Truly

If Disney is what inspired your need for a fairytale wedding theme in the first place, then you can add certain elements that will hint at the fact. However, a word of caution: you don’t want to go overboard with Disney, as it can soon become a very tacky look if done incorrectly. Be subtle, like a single rose in a cloche glass on each table, or shiny red apples in vases, or a beautiful Disney-inspired quote somewhere on a focal wall, and so on.

Use pastel colors for your fairytale wedding

Soft pastel colors, such as blush or duck egg, will soften up the harshness of the gold elements or acrylic items you’ve dotted your wedding tables with. You can use these softer tones in your table runners, flowers in your bouquets and table arrangements, and for the packaging of wedding favors. 

Soft pastel colors, such as blush or duck egg, will soften up the harshness of the gold elements or acrylic items you've dotted your wedding tables with. You can use these softer tones in your table runners, flowers in your bouquets and table arrangements, and for the packaging of wedding favors. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
Gold, rose gold or copper frames for mirrors will round them off nicely and make them look more "royal". You can then place these flat on the tables at your reception venue, or place one or two at strategic places to round off your wedding look. Fairytale weddings have a sort of royal air to them, so this will add a good touch to achieve that effect. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Add some mirrors in gold frames

Gold, rose gold or copper frames for mirrors will round them off nicely and make them look more “royal”. You can then place these flat on the tables at your reception venue, or place one or two at strategic places to round off your wedding look. Fairytale weddings have a sort of royal air to them, so this will add a good touch to achieve that effect.

Stick to the cohesiveness

I definitely recommend that you keep the proverbial golden thread flowing through all of your wedding theme elements. With that being said, you shouldn’t “theme” your wedding tables by different fairytales, such as, table one is the Cinderella table, table two is Snow White… etc. Use these in your tables numbers in a cohesive way, at most. It can start to look a bit like a children’s party if you add apples to the Snow White table, red roses to the Beauty & the beast table, Snowflakes to the Elsa table, etc. You get the idea.

I definitely recommend that you keep the proverbial golden thread flowing through all of your wedding theme elements. With that being said, you shouldn't "theme" your wedding tables by different fairytales, such as, table one is the Cinderella table, table two is Snow White... etc. Use these in your tables numbers in a cohesive way, at most. It can start to look a bit like a children's party if you add apples to the Snow White table, red roses to the Beauty & the beast table, Snowflakes to the Elsa table, etc. You get the idea. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
I'm sure you've seen the over-the-top seven layered wedding cakes on Pinterest by now...? Unless you have over 350 wedding guests who just loves to eat cake, be careful of doing this. Chances are, you will pay a lot of money for it and end up with so much left over that you'll end up giving whole cakes away. Make sure you consult your wedding cake baker for estimates on cake sizes and how big your cake should be. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

The tiered wedding cake

I’m sure you’ve seen the over-the-top seven layered wedding cakes on Pinterest by now…? Unless you have over 350 wedding guests who just loves to eat cake, be careful of doing this. Chances are, you will pay a lot of money for it and end up with so much left over that you’ll end up giving whole cakes away. Make sure you consult your wedding cake baker for estimates on cake sizes and how big your cake should be.

Choose a fairytale wedding venue

If you choose a fairytale-like wedding venue from the beginning, you have to spend less from your wedding budget to make your wedding style stand out. Fairytale wedding venues already aim to be quite magical, with the necessary embellishments and chandeliers to compliment any fairytale wedding theme. Also, they will likely have the necessary decor needed to style your wedding tables, too.

If you choose a fairytale-like wedding venue from the beginning, you have to spend less from your wedding budget to make your wedding style stand out. Fairytale wedding venues already aim to be quite magical, with the necessary embellishments and chandeliers to compliment any fairytale wedding theme. Also, they will likely have the necessary decor needed to style your wedding tables, too. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
Hiring horses for your wedding photos will give that added extra fairytale vibe — but only hire horses if your budget can handle it. However, you also have the option of having your wedding on an equestrian estate, as there are many of them around. Just do your research properly on how well the venue is prepared for your type of wedding style. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Add fairytale horses

Hiring horses for your wedding photos will give that added extra fairytale vibe — but only hire horses if your budget can handle it. However, you also have the option of having your wedding on an equestrian estate, as there are many of them around. Just do your research properly on how well the venue is prepared for your type of wedding style.

Hire a horse and carriage

Hire a horse and carriage as your wedding car, to make your wedding arrival extra fairytale-like. Horses and carriage hire is still very popular in the wedding industry, so it should be fairly easy to source a supplier.

Hire a horse and carriage as your wedding car, to make your wedding arrival extra fairytale-like. Horses and carriage hire is still very popular in the wedding industry, so it should be fairly easy to source a supplier. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.
To feel like a princess on your wedding day, dress up the way you think will compliment your fairytale wedding style. You can also dress up your bridesmaids in magical attire, to complete your wedding entourage look. Don't forget to accessorize with crowns or tiaras, and complimentary jewelry. You can also instruct your hairstylist and makeup artist about the type of wedding vibe you want to achieve, so that they can work on a style that suits your bridal look. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

Dress the part

To feel like a princess on your wedding day, dress up the way you think will compliment your fairytale wedding style. You can also dress up your bridesmaids in magical attire, to complete your wedding entourage look. Don’t forget to accessorize with crowns or tiaras, and complimentary jewelry. You can also instruct your hairstylist and makeup artist about the type of wedding vibe you want to achieve, so that they can work on a style that suits your bridal look.

Add some royal embellishments for a fairytale vibe

Royal embellishments go well with any type of fairytale wedding style, so don’t be afraid to fill in some gaps where you feel there could be something extra added to complete the look. They can also serve a purpose on your wedding tables, such as napkin rings, candle holders and votives for example.

Royal embellishments go well with any type of fairytale wedding style, so don't be afraid to fill in some gaps where you feel there could be something extra added to complete the look. They can also serve a purpose on your wedding tables, such as napkin rings, candle holders and votives for example. From the post: All you need to know about the fairytale wedding theme, by The Wedding Club.

7 Tips on finding a fairytale wedding venue

To save yourself some extra work (and money) on dressing up a venue from top to toe in fairytale elements, rather find a wedding venue that meets your magical demands. Fairytale wedding venues are still alive and well, even if the latest trends lean towards more rustic, minimalist and modern vibes. You don’t necessarily have to splurge on your fairytale wedding theme if you have the perfect setting.

1. Find a fairytale castle

I’m not talking about the historical castles dotted along the countryside of some place no-one has ever heard about. There are actually venues that were built in a castle-like style, who is aimed at hosting your fairytale wedding theme, specifically. You can Google “fairytale wedding venues near me” to get an idea of what is currently available in your city, or country.

2. Does it have a garden?

A good fairytale wedding venue will likely also have a garden or area where a stroll is possible — especially in the evening, with fairy lights and lanterns. This will make a lovely evening photo shoot addition to your coffee table wedding album.

3. Equestrian, or not equestrian...

I mentioned earlier how you can hire horses, or get married at an equestrian estate. You don’t have to have horses at your fairytale wedding, but horses are somewhat fairytale-like creatures with their own air of mysticism and magic. It’s harder to find a venue with all the elements in one place, but do thorough research when scouting for a fairytale wedding venue with horses — you might just be that lucky!

4. Consider a forest wedding venue

Although forest venues are more ideal for an enchanted wedding theme, it can work just as well for fairytale weddings, too. It also depends on how you “dress it up” and if you’re planning on having just your ceremony, or your both your ceremony and reception in that space. Luckily, forest wedding venues know about the logistics of setting up a wedding venue in a forest, so the venue coordinator should be able to tell you what will work, and what elements are best to leave out.

5. If all else fails, consider a fairytale-like wedding hall

If it proves quite challenging to find the perfect castle, garden or equestrian estate (I mention all fairytale wedding venue types in the section below), then opt for a standard hall, which can be dressed up, or a venue with a hall specifically for fairytale-like venues. An ideal hall will have embellished details and a few mirrors against the walls. Chandeliers will also be present, as it creates that royal, magical vibe that we aim for with this theme.

6. Check which decor the wedding venue has available

I have probably already mentioned that fairytale weddings can be on the more expensive side of wedding themes, because you likely have to hire a lot of decor, and buy plenty of flowers achieve this style. However, most venues offer additional decor — at extra cost, or as part of the venue hire fee — which you can make good use of. Before booking a venue, ask if you can see the decor they have available, so that you can work out if it will be more affordable than hiring your own decor.

7. Does the venue allow candles, fairy lights, and lanterns?

One of the key elements to a having a fairytale wedding is the use of candles, as well as additional lighting. There are venues who refuse the use of candles, because it poses as fire risk, but you can then make do with the battery operated types which will work just as well. Don’t forget to add fairy lights and lanterns, inside and outdoors, to create that magical feel.

11 Fairytale wedding venue types

Although these are the most popular choices for fairytale wedding venues, the list goes on. If you have the means and the wedding budget to restyle a wedding venue, you can transform nearly any wedding venue you like. Speaking of transforming wedding venues, here are 8 ways to change an unappealing wedding venue into a breathtaking one.

Let’s have a look at some fairytale wedding venue types.

1. Castle

I have briefly talked about this in the previous section, but you don’t need the historical type of castle. There are castle-like wedding venues specifically for fairytale wedding themes.

2. Mansion

A mansion is a little bit of a step down from a castle, but it can be just as awe-inspiring and magical as the real thing. Depending on the size of the space that will be used for your ceremony and reception, you might have to cap your wedding guest count a little to fit everyone in.

3. Villa

A villa is perfect for smaller fairytale weddings, and there are plenty of gorgeous villas out there that will fit in nicely with your fairytale wedding theme.

4. Equestrian estate

Again with the horses! But an equestrian estate that sells itself as a wedding venue, too, will be quite perfect for your wedding photos. Horses and fairytales go so well together, don’t you think?

5. Forest venue

I briefly touched on the fact that forest wedding venues can lean more towards the enchanted wedding style, but that it is completely do-able for your fairytale wedding, too.

6. Garden venue

There is an air of whimsical-meets-magical about a gorgeous garden with spring or summer blooms. If you happen to find a garden that suits your fairytale style, consider the season, as well as the outdoor logistics before diving right in.

7. Gazebo

Though it is more suited for your wedding ceremony, a gazebo adds a great feature to any type of magical wedding theme. And kudos if you can find any fairytale wedding venue type with an added gazebo on the premises.

8. Tented structure

Tented structures and temporary shading can be used nearly anywhere. You just need to find the space to set it up and the logistics to bring in all the other items needed for your wedding style. For a fairytale wedding, a large, green lawn will work just fine. Don’t forget about the outdoor lighting!

9. Giant church hall

Getting married in a massive church hall is quite princess-like. And even though weddings and venues are breaking away from traditional ways of getting married, these types of venues will always exist.

10. Outdoor terrace

An outdoor terrace is perfect for your wedding ceremony. If you chose a venue that is suited for this, they most likely have a reception area available, too.

11. Wedding hall

Many brides lean more towards outdoor, airy weddings nowadays, but a beautifully embellished wedding hall can be such a perfect setting for any fairytale wedding theme.

How to style your fairytale wedding

In this section, I cover some of the basics needed to make your fairytale wedding theme come to life. I also mention some ideas and products which can be added to your wedding, to compliment your wedding style. Please note that all items mentioned are affiliate links, which means that I will earn a small commission if you decide to buy anything — this won’t cost you anything extra.

Fairytale wedding colors

Ideal fairytale wedding colors are soft pastels, calm hues and white (or cream), paired with complimentary metallics. Most brides opt for gold details, but rose gold, copper and silver works just as well. You can also make use of clear acrylic details, or if your budget allow for it, crystal.

Send out fairytale wedding invitations

To give your wedding guests a sneak peak of the kind of wedding theme or style they can expect, you can incorporate your fairytale elements in your wedding invitations and stationery.

For fairytale wedding invitations, think floral, romantic elements with a touch of glam. Or go for a full-on metallic look with plain gold, rose gold, or even silver. The fonts on fairytale wedding stationery are whimsical, royal fonts, and even calligraphy works just as well. You can also opt for a full on illustrative wedding invitation, which can include a garden, or some fairytale elements.

Painted Peony Corners

by Alethea and Ruth

Lush Bouquet

by Phrosne Ras

Woodland Garden

by Paper Sun Studio

Shimmer

by Lori Wemple

Beautiful Bouquet

by Jennifer Postorino

Romance

by Lori Wemple

ring box

by Phrosne Ras

Wedding Royale

by Chris Griffith

Monogram Wreath

by Katharine Watson

Fairytale wedding decor ideas

There is an endless supply of fairytale wedding decor ideas online, which might make it challenging for you to decide what elements you really want to use in your final wedding style. I still stick to what I said about the pastel or soft colors with a complimentary metallic, but you can also go for a more classic “Belle” look: Red roses, white and gold elements. 

If you still need extra inspiration, keep these keywords in mind when doing your search: royal, elegant, magical, princess wedding. I have added a few items below to give you an idea of the possibilities you can use in your wedding. You’d likely want to keep it elegant and modern, so use focal decor items (such as candelabra or lanterns) and build up with smaller, additional items from there.

Classic Gold Lantern

by My Wedding Favors & More

Bird Cage Lantern

by My Wedding Favors & More

Hexagon Mini Lanterns

by My Wedding Favors & More

Frosted Table Numbers

by My Wedding Favors & More

gold pumpkin holders

by My Wedding Favors & More

Glitter Votive

by My Wedding Favors & More

Add a fairytale wedding aisle runner

Totally optional, as rose petals alone will usually do the trick. However, many brides like the idea of a personalized runner going down the aisle, which she can gently walk on as she approaches her soon-to-be. The ones I have listed below plays around with popular fairytale and Disney sayings, and the two listed from Etsy can be customized with the bride and groom’s names, as well as the wedding date.

Give fairytale wedding favors

When it comes to fairytale wedding favors, you can easily add something to each guest’s table setting which can compliment the overall wedding look. If you’re opting for a touch of gold, add golden wedding favors. If you’d like to bring out a certain color in your wedding flowers, use a specific colored favor such as organza or cotton bags filled with something, candles in colored votives or decorative bottles. 

I always mention how jars and tins filled with edibles or ingredients are always a winner. But if edible gifts aren’t your thing, I use the rule of “essentials” when picking out gifts. For example, basic essentials include hygiene, sanitation, warmth, comfort and safety; also anything that triggers the senses (taste, smell, etc). Doesn’t sound very sexy, but put this theory to the test: soap favors do very well — plus make your clothes smell good when placed in a cupboard. Candles, and other items that provide warmth are very popular choices for wedding guest favors, especially at a winter wedding. Guests also love usable favors, so for this my #1 pick is always a pretty bottle opener.

Personalized candy tin

by My Wedding Favors & More

gold tea light holder

by My Wedding Favors & More

wine Bottle Favor

by My Wedding Favors & More

Complete your look with fairytale wedding accessories

To add a final touch to your bridal look and your bridesmaids’ outfits, add some fairytale wedding accessories. You don’t have to wear a massive crown, unless being bold is your thing… You can go for a dainty tiara with fine details and still get that princess feeling.

For added accessories, be on the lookout for anything floral, metallic (gold, rose gold, etc) and lace. Lace gives your look a royal touch, and floral hints at the more fairytale side of your wedding style. I have listed some gorgeous finds below, so get ready to be inspired!

Fairytale wedding bridesmaid dresses

You definitely don’t want your wedding to look too ‘costume-y’. When picking out your fairytale wedding bridesmaid dresses, make sure that it is toned down just a little bit. It doesn’t have to be as plain as the single-colored dresses below, but if your wedding dress isn’t over-the-top ballroom style (see the section on fairytale wedding dresses), you definitely still want to stand out. 

Another idea is to play around with the mismatched bridesmaid dress idea. You can go for different shades of a powder blue or light pinks, or lavender. The photos will turn out to be simply stunning! The dresses listed below are just styles of some dresses offered by Kennedy Blue, and are available in more than 20 colors each.

Fairytale wedding cake toppers

Say it with a last, final word before eating cake and hitting the dancefloor! I love cute cake toppers, don’t you? You can keep it simple with a single word, or a monogram, or you can hint at your favorite fairytale or Disney movie with a cute saying or quote.

Love Cake Topper

by My Wedding Favors & More

Happily ever after

by LoveWedStudio

Tale as old as time

by EtchTwentyEight

Shop fairytale wedding dresses

From over-the-top ballroom gowns to romantic lace and elegant embellishments, these are some of my favorite fairytale wedding dresses! Simply pick whichever suits your style, personality and wedding budget, and don’t be afraid to experiment a little with different dress styles and silhouettes.

Key elements in a fairytale wedding dress are not only limited to handsewn embellishments such as beaded florals and ornaments, but lace and tulle as well. For a modern dress, go for gold detail or metallic detail as an added effect. You can complete your bridal look with floral earrings if your wedding dress is more toned down. Go for minimalist, dainty jewelry if your dress is big, ballroom and over-the-top princess style.

Additional items for your fairytale wedding

Some final touches are key to completing your wedding look. Be sure to make a list of all your items and decor, to make sure that you have covered all the basic. Afterwards, spend a little extra time on the things that might be overlooked, like the guest book for example, or additional decor items. I have added some extras below that might be something you want to include in your fairytale wedding.

decor suite

"Wildflowers" by Kristen Smith

Gold 8x10 frame

by Minted Weddings

On the Slopes

by Mere Paper

Santa Fe

by Erin L. Wilson

wish jar with cards

by My Wedding Favors & More

  • How do you have a fairytale wedding?

    Style your wedding with pastels and metallics (among other elements I have mentioned in this post). I also talk about different wedding venues, dresses and invitations for your fairytale wedding.

  • How do you feel like a princess on your wedding day?

    You don't need a fairytale wedding to feel like a princess on your wedding day. It's how you feel on the inside that will count. Make sure to get plenty of rest, have a spa treatment or two the week before your wedding, get your nails done. Most important: don't worry about what others will think when they see you on your wedding day — just be you!

Tanya Viljoen

Founder of The Wedding Club

Tanya is a wedding industry pro and content creator. She is passionate about all things wedding, and aims to give useful and actionable info for brides, as well as wedding planners. When she’s not planning, researching and writing content, her teacher skills kick in and creating courses and eBooks is the next stop. She also loves drinking chai tea!

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