Disney's Making A 'Frozen' Wedding Dress So Your Wedding Will Be An Actual Fairy Tale (Photos)
Disney was an important part of all our childhoods, but it's best if that adoration fades to a healthy respect as we get older.
By the time you've started planning a wedding, I like to think that love of Disney has dwindled to nostalgia, not active fangirling.
But for all you Disney-obsessed, handsome prince-pining brides out there, Disney's producing a wedding dress tailored to your whims.
In January, the children's entertainment company will release a wedding dress patterned after the gown worn by Princess Elsa in "Frozen." Ice palace sold separately.
InStyle reports that Alfred Angelo’s Chief Creative Officer Michele Piccione designed the gown, calling Elsa an "inspiration" for designers because of her elegance and poise.
The Disney wedding dress will reportedly be light blue or ivory with beaded patterns designed to look like falling snow.
The gown's sweetheart neckline and flared silhouette have been created to complement layers of "satin, tulle, glitter net and organza." Oh, and there's also a train that falls from the shoulders.
In short: This dress is going to look like Olaf the snowman vomited glitter all over it.
If looking like Princess Elsa is your greatest dream, you can find the dress exclusively in Alfred Angelo stores this winter. Let the era of Disney princess brides commence.