Bridal gowns are available in sizes 0 to 30, starting at $1,799, and are available to purchase at authorized Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection retailers.
Inspired by Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White and Tiana, “Each dress evokes the spirit of its namesake princess to capture the bride’s own style and personality,” according to a Disney press release. “It’s a blend of elegance and fun that can make each bride feel like a princess on the wedding day.”
The 2024 collection with Allure Bridals is available starting February 1 and features 18 gowns, two for each princess. The creations are “adorned with countless details and feature innovative fabrics, including a signature sparkle tulle on a Jasmine-inspired gown and a laser-cut whimsical lace design on soft satin to adorn a Rapunzel-inspired style."
The Cinderella-inspired ball gown features a “unique platinum colorway, with metallic-backed Chantilly lace and unique beaded lace appliques,” while the Tiana-inspired look emphasizes a "glamorous style, shimmering with thousands of beads and sequins.”
All bridal gowns are available in sizes 0 to 30, start at $1,799, and are available to purchase at all authorized Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection retailers.
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Disney and Allure Bridals launched its first bridal line in 2020, offering brides on-trend gowns that capture the style and spirit of beloved Disney Princess characters. In the newest collection, detachable overskirts are available on a selection of gowns. Both the Aurora and Tiana dresses feature detachable sleeves for a transitional option from aisle to reception.
Disney Fairy Tale Weddings and Honeymoons offer couples enchanting destinations for weddings, engagements, vow renewals, honeymoons and anniversaries.
While brides can make their princess wedding dress wishes come true with the new collection of gown, plenty of famous faces have also chosen the iconic theme park to celebrate everything from proposals to the big day.
Rebel Wilson and Ramona Agruma got engaged last February at Disneyland. In photos shared by the Pitch Perfect star and her girlfriend showed the two in matching sweaters embracing in front of Sleeping Beauty's castle as pink and white flower petals cascade around them.
After Tim Tebow popped the question to Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters in Jacksonville, Florida, in January 2019, the couple continued their celebrations two hours south to Orlando, where they partied with Cinderella, Prince Charming, Dumbo and the rest of the Disney gang.
"Congratulations @timtebow & @demileighnp on your engagement! 💍 Wishing you a happily ever after. ✨" Disney Weddings captioned a photo on Instagram Friday of the pair smiling outside of Cinderella's iconic castle.
"The two celebrated their engagement at the most magical place on earth with their friends and family. 💕 " they added of the couple's romantic milestone.
In another photo, Tebow and Nel-Peters happily snuggled up to each other as they were captured smiling on the Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride. One year later, they wed in her native South Africa.
In Feb. 2022, Reba McEntire's son Shelby Blackstock and Marissa Branch, a social media influencer and licensed esthetician, tied the knot at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. McEntire and her boyfriend Rex Linn, along with Blackstock's brother Brandon, were in attendance.
The couple, who first met on the dating app Tinder in 2014, didn't start dating until two years later — and eventually got engaged at Disney World.
The Hartland CEO and former race car driver (Blackstock won GT World Challenge America Overall Champion in 2020) and Branch decided to hold their wedding — planned by Disney's Diane Bowen and Hugh Howser and his team H Three Events, with flowers by Heather Greer — at Epcot and the Magic Kingdom because the theme parks hold "sentimental" value: Branch's mom used to work there.
"Some of our happiest times together have happened at Epcot, so celebrating our nuptials there just made sense!" Branch told PEOPLE.
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