You don’t have to marry actual royalty to get your happily ever after. For Disney babies who’ve always dreamt of a fairytale ending that's very much like the movies of their childhood, we bear good news: You can finally get the chance to say “I do” like a real Disney princess.
Teaming up with the multinational studio to create a special wedding gown line is Allure Bridals. Dubbed the Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection, the collaboration will give birth to 16 styles of wedding gowns inspired by the “spirit and style” of popular princesses including Tiana, Ariel, Belle, Aurora, Jasmine, Snow White, Cinderella, and Pocahontas.
“So many brides grow up admiring their favorite Disney Princess characters and are inspired by their journeys, gowns, and stories of the classic films,” Kelly Crum, Allure’s CEO, says in a statement. “Our design team worked tirelessly on each of these incredible gowns, as each dress features intricate detailing specifically inspired by the timeless characters known and loved by all of us at Allure and Kleinfeld, as well as our brides. We are honored to work with Disney on this collection and see the romance of it come to life."
The gowns will feature materials made of mikado silk, sparkly tulle, chiffon, ruffled organza, lace, crystal beading, pearls or appliqué embellishments, and, for the Tiana gown in particular, vines and blossoms, inspired by the Bayou-set in The Princess and the Frog. Each gown will also come in sizes ranging from 0 to 30. Allure Bridals further describes the set as “fantasy gowns highlighting a wide variety of timeless bridal silhouettes. Romantic ball gowns, mermaid trains, and fit-and-flare hemlines are featured throughout the collection.”
So far, only sketches of Tiana, Belle, and Ariel's gowns have been released, while the full collection is set to debut at the New York Bridal Fashion Week this April 2020. While Allure Bridal isn’t available locally, dedicated Disney lovers can fly to the U.S. as the collection will be sold in stores nationwide shortly after fashion week. Make sure you’ve got your savings lined up though because the princess-inspired gowns range between $1200 to $10,000, or approximately P60,700 to P505,000.
For more information, visit Allure Bridal’s official website, here.