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Most little girls dream of being princesses and having a fairytale wedding.
But now thanks to Alfred Angelo teaming up with Disney, a princess wedding might not be so far fetched.
The two will soon debut their first ever Disney princess-inspired bridal gown collection, Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo.
The gowns are said to be “inspired by the essence, style and personality of seven iconic Disney Princess characters: Ariel, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Snow White and Tiana.”
But down to the important factors — pricing and sizing. The dresses, which will be available in 2011, will come in sizes 0 to 30W and will all cost less than $1,200!
Check out the clip above to view some of the dresses. They're a lot nicer than we imaged.
Then check out after the jump for some detailed information available about each dress.
“The collection includes classic, grand ball gowns in layers of tulle and sparkle net, updated fit and flare styles to highlight curves and movement, and pleated and wrapped bodices to flatter the bride’s figure.
The treasures of the sea inspired Ariel’s gown. The mermaid silhouette features re-embroidered lace, pearl beading, and sequin sparkles.
Sleeping Beauty’s gown is romantic with a dreamy, willowy skirt for this slumbering princess.
Belle’s wedding dress, with a draped waistline is inspired by the iconic ballroom dance scene from the film and focuses on making a grand entrance.
Cinderella’s gown radiates with sparkle as its inspiration is the fairy tale’s enchanted glass slipper.
Jasmine’s wedding dress conveys freedom and individuality and as a result her shimmering soft satin gown is exotic with a bejeweled neckline and low cut back.
Snow White’s dress is inspired by nature, beauty and grace like the Disney Princess character herself
The regal, one-shoulder taffeta gown for our newest princess, Tiana, reflects her independent spirit with an asymmetric bodice and ruched skirt.”