If your dream wedding involves you dressed as a Real Life Disney Princess, then you’re in luck!
Japanese wedding dress designers Kuraudia Co. have just released a new range of gowns in collaboration with Disney, which will be available to hire from November 14th. Unfortunately they’ll only be available in Japan, but where there’s a will there’s a way, and we know how good you Fairies are at online shopping!
Brides who want to look like a princess on their big day can choose from Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, Aurora, Snow White, and Cinderella gowns – we can hear you squealing from here, guys.
Each dress will set you back a whopping $3,600 – but surely that’s a small price to pay to be a Disney Princess for the day? Right fairies? And if you wanted to complete the theme Kuraudia have the option of a matching Prince Charming tuxedo for the groom.
Take a look at these beautiful gowns.
This powder-blue perfection features a dramatic bodice and full skirt. No word on whether the dress comes with a pair of glass slippers, but you could always match it with a pair of Jimmy Choos right?
Does ‘Hair as black as ebony, skin as white as snow,’ sound familiar? This gorgeous sweetheart red ballroom gown, complete with bow, is absolutely divine.
Red, not your colour? There’s a modest and very chic white gown, a la Snow White.
You don’t need hair as long as a tower for this gorgeous dress, not to mention this style is perfectly suited for a low-key wedding or a bridesmaids dress.
The perfect look and feel for a magical beachside wedding, this Princess Ariel dress is absolutely gorgeous! Featuring an ombre tulle skirt and strapless bodice for that extra mermaid vibe.
Be the belle of the ball in this canary-yellow, off-the-shoulder dress. Designed with layers of silk, this ruffled garment mimics the Beauty’s ballgown perfectly.
If you’ve ever been called a sleeping beauty, then this dress is for you! This stunning tulle-lined pink dress will leave you looking every bit as beautiful as the Disney Princess herself. *Naps not included.
What do you think fairies? Would you opt for a Disney Princess wedding dress?
Article written by Alison Donnellan