Ladies, remember when you watched Frozen, Disney’s highest grossing movie ever (the highest animated ever in general), and said to yourself, “If only I could have a wedding gown just like Elsa’s!” Yeah, I don’t remember that happening either. But there must have been a demand for the ice princess-inspired wedding gown because it is huge news that bridal and prom gown designer Alfred Angelo showed one during Bridal Fashion Week, currently ongoing in New York City.
The “Elsa” is named after the Oscar-winning movie’s wintry royal heroine and features a flared sheath gown beaded from its sweetheart neckline down to just below its waist. There, the embellishments fade to single ornaments. It’s supposed to look like pretty, freshly fallen snow. A Watteau train, an extra piece of material that looks almost like a sheer cape, completes the look. That is a direct nod to the Snowy Queen’s 2D cartoon ensemble.
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The version of the dress seen in the runway show was ice blue but the Elsa is also available in ivory, more traditional for the bride’s big day.
If the bride wants to be a fairy princess, chances are good the flower girl does too! Alfred Angelo’s Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Bridal Collection also offers a sweet blue flower girl dress, seen here in ice blue also. The “Elsa,” named for the movie’s lovable sister, has a tea-length skirt made of tulle, semi-sheer straps, and a bejeweled bodice.
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The new Disney collection features other beloved cartoon icon- inspired bridal gowns – Cinderella, The Little Mermaid‘s Ariel, Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast‘s beautiful bookworm Belle, Aladdin‘s Jasmine, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and The Princess and the Frog‘s Tiana. All dresses come in ivory but there are some special color bursts if you want to go more untraditional; your “Snow White” gown can be ruby colored, your “Cinderella” is also available in pale blue, and your “Jasmine” has a purple version.
The complete 2015 Disney Bridal Collection will be available online and in stores Jan. 2015.
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