It’s the age-old stereotype – ask a bride-to-be who she’d love to channel on her wedding day and many will say a princess.
And now, as Disney, er, unveils their line of amazing wedding dresses, those bride’s dreams are fast becoming a reality.
Disney has collaborated with Japanese wedding company, Kuraudia Co, on a new wedding line that consists of 14 dresses, taking after six of their princesses.
Brides can choose between Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, Aurora (AKA Sleeping Beauty), Snow White or Cinderella.
However, if you were planning on taking your dress home to gather dust in the cupboard like all good wedding dresses, think again: the gowns are only available for rent and will set you back $3,600 (£2,687) a piece.
But it’s worth it to spend the day looking like you stepped out of a fairytale, right? Right.
If you want to take it to the next level (and who doesn’t on their wedding day? Heck, you’ve come this far) husbands can also rent a Prince Charming tux for $900 (£672).
The Disney wedding dresses – take a closer look
When it comes to the dresses, they’re each made with the careful craftsmanship you’d expect from a princess’s wedding dress.
For Cinderella’s get up, the flowing gown features a dramatic powder-blue bodice.
No word on whether it comes with a pair of glass slippers (or just one, if you really want to get into the story).
Belle from Beauty and the Beast
Belle is quite literally the belle of the ball in her canary-yellow, off-the-shoulder dress. Layers of silk are ruffled to mimic the Beauty’s ballgown perfectly.
We’re yet to receive confirmation on whether they’re working on a Beast tux, should your partner want to rock a more manly vibe than princely.
Or you can don a red, strapless number a la Snow White.
Aurora from Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty is angelic in a resplendent tulle-lined gown. Perfect for a mid-reception nap, we hear.
Now for the bad news? The dresses are currently only available in Japan.
We’re sure some will make their way over to the UK in their own sweet time, but for the moment, if you’re not planning on getting hitched in the Land of the Rising Sun, you may need to shelf your Disney Princess Wedding Dress dreams for the time being.
(Source: Daily Mail UK)