Disney and Alfred Angelo Collaborate For Frozen Inspired Bridal Design

Hey all brides-to-be! You can look like your favorite animation fairy star on your wedding day!  Disney is now collaborating with the bridal designer Alfred Angelo. Together they are offering an ice-princess look -like wedding gown. The design will be like frost-blue “Snow Queen” wedding dress. This particular wedding dresses are part the 2015 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings collection. Disney Weddings’ Instagram page showed sketch of the wedding gown to be released soon on Thursday. If you follow the Disney Wedding Blog, it says that the gown has got huge beads all over. The design is been decorated so well that it would shine like sunlight which has just fallen down on snow! The design includes a sweetheart neckline and a train that goes down from the shoulders to the floor!

The delicate sketch shows a bride whose hair has been styled into a ballerina bun. It gives it a delicate look. But for an authentic look the girl walking down the aisle should try French braid which is the character’s signature. Angelo in past has designed dresses which are inspired by Disney Princesses. They include Ariel, Belle Jasmine and yes the all time favorite Cinderella. The list does not end here.

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Michele Piccione, the chief creative officer of the ace designer Alfred Angelo has designed this particular dress. While talking about the design he said, “A character like Elsa is a huge inspiration for any designer. She is beautiful and elegant, and her inner beauty shines through when she is ultimately not afraid to embrace who she is with confidence and poise.”

The gown will be made available from January 2015. It will be available at Alfred Angelo stores all around the nation as well as at specialty retailers all over the world. So all brides –to-be get ready to sing “Let It Go” loudly which would sound too cute wearing fairy-style dress like this!

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