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Ariel Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Dress by Alfred Angelo
The first collection of Disney Princess Wedding Dresses debuted in 2007. The official name of the next Disney princess collection was Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo, which was released in 2010. They were available at select bridal boutiques in the US and internationally as well as in Alfred Angelo Signature stores. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2017 and is no longer in business, Today the dresses can only be found sporadically in second-hand stores and auction sites.
For brides who grew up with Disney, love the movies and the parks, the cruises and the shops, wearing a Disney princess wedding gown enabled them to feel as if they were the main character in their very own magical fantasy.
Ariel Disney Wedding Dress
The first of the new Disney wedding dresses is inspired by Princess Ariel. Re-embroidered lace, pearl beading, and sequin sparkles on this form-fitting gown create a mermaid you can't miss. In diamond white with silver accents, Ariel's wedding dress... has a skirt bordered in lace and a chapel-length train.
The 2010 collection of dresses from Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo included:
- Belle Wedding Dress
- Cinderella Wedding Dress
- Jasmine Wedding Dress
- Sleeping Beauty Wedding Dress
- Snow White Wedding Dress
- Tiana Wedding Dress
While these wedding dresses were conceived for brides to don for destination weddings and Disney Fairy Tale Weddings, they of course could be worn by brides anywhere.Continue to 2 of 8 below.
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Belle Disney Princess Wedding Dress
Princess Belle’s wedding dress, inspired by the romantic ballroom dance scene from the film, allowed a bride to make a grand entrance.
Made of ivory satin, Belle's wedding dress featured a crystal beaded corset embroidered with metallic threads. The draped net skirt ended in a semi-cathedral train.Continue to 3 of 8 below.
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Cinderella Wedding Dress
Princess Cinderella’s wedding dress in diamond white and silver radiated with sparkle, as its inspiration was the fairy tale’s enchanted glass slipper.
This classic taffeta ballgown with a semi-cathedral train was covered with tulle and glitter. Beneath the sweetheart neckline was a draped bodice.Continue to 4 of 8 below.
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Jasmine Fairytale Wedding Dress
Princess Jasmine’s shimmering, flowing satin wedding dress in ivory was distinguished with a bejeweled halter neckline and back strap. It featured a chapel train.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Sleeping Beauty Wedding Dress
Yards of fabric enveloped this dozing diva, enshrouded in a diamond-white taffeta wedding dress. Her one-shoulder bodice was covered with re-embroidered lace and fabric flowers. But the true drama was the skirt, a gossamer ruffled ballgown with a semi-cathedral train.Continue to 6 of 8 below.
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Snow White Wedding Dress
Princess Snow White's ivory-and-silver wedding dress was inspired by nature and grace like the Disney Princess character herself. The lace sweetheart bodice reflected her innocence and beauty.
The bodice featured apple blossom flowers with glittering centers that cascade down the tulle ballgown skirt over satin that ended in a chapel train.Continue to 7 of 8 below.
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Tiana Disney Princess Wedding Dress
The regal, one-shoulder taffeta gown for Tiana featured an asymmetrical draped bodice and ruched skirt.
Beaded flower and petal motifs added feminine touches to this diamond-white-and-silver confection of a wedding dress.Continue to 8 of 8 below.
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Disney Wedding Cruises
Wedding cruises have become one of the most fun and affordable destination wedding options, and Disney Cruises appeal to couples both with and without children. That's because the Disney folks understand that as much as you may love children, there are times, especially on your honeymoon, when you simply want to be alone.