First Look At 2021 Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection Ahead Of 30th Anniversary Event
And now you can channel your favourite Disney princess with Allure Bridals new 2021 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection.
The sophisticated array of bridal gowns offer a fresh and contemporary new spin on dress styles favoured by our favourite Disney Princesses - meaning brides can still look the fairest of them all without losing their traditional wedding theme.
The collection will include styles inspired by The Little Mermaid's Ariel, Cinderella, Aladdin's Jasmine, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty Aurora, Rapunzel, Pocahontas and Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
However, the Allure Bridal's range will primarily focus its attentions on Beauty and the Beast's Belle, as the film celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
With three Beauty and the Beast-inspired gowns, each dress is adorned with beads and rose appliqués - so brides really will be the Belle's of their own ball.
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"We are absolutely thrilled to introduce Allure Bridals' second collection with Disney Fairy Tale Weddings -- featuring not only an incredible array of Disney Princess-inspired gowns but a wider range of pricing, because everybody deserves to feel like a princess!" Allure Bridals CEO and owner Kelly Crum said in a statement.
Dresses from the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection will be available at select bridal boutiques across the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland.
All gowns will be available in sizes 0 to 30 and will start at $1,200 (£866).
In other wedding news, new changes to nuptial law in the UK may allow couples to wed in a number of new locations - including in their living rooms.
Legal body the Law Commission have now said that marital laws in England and Wales, some of which date back to the 1800s, were "ancient" and "unnecessarily restrictive."
The new proposals could see the bride and groom exchange their vows via video call during any future national emergency, such as a war or pandemics.
The alterations to marital law are as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has seen thousands of couples have to postpone or cancel their weddings altogether as strict lockdown measures have put a stop to large gatherings.
Featured Image Credit: Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings
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