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JUST ANNOUNCED: Disney Wedding Dresses Coming in 2020

Korri McFann

by , Brand Steward for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons/Custom Celebrations

Dreaming of walking down the aisle in a Disney Princess character inspired dress? Your dream can now come true with the new Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection from Allure Bridals. 

The elegant collection features 16 gowns inspired by the style and spirit of Disney Princess characters such as Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine, Cinderella, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Tiana and Snow White.

Here’s a first glimpse of the Belle and Ariel inspired wedding dresses!

The Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection will be available at select bridal boutiques across the country. Seven of the 16 styles will be featured exclusively at Kleinfeld Bridal stores in New York and Toronto as the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Platinum Collection. Including the gorgeous Tiana Platinum gown, which embodies both Tiana’s practicality and creativity in an elegant ballgown design covered in bayou-inspired shimmering vines and blossoms.  

Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection from Allure Bridals - Tiana

Allure Bridals will unveil the entire collection during New York Bridal Fashion Week in April 2020, and gowns will arrive in stores shortly thereafter. Follow @DisneyWeddings on social media to learn the latest updates on the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection. 


  • Does anyone know when these will be revealed/released now that NY bridal fashion week was cancelled? Brides online mag has been posting other designer’s runway dresses, but I haven’t heard/seen/found any info for these yet.

  • While the drawings shown are very pretty, they look like anybody else’s wedding gowns. I actually fantasized about having a wedding gown like Elsa’s dress, from the first movie. I have seen costumes that have taken liberties and don’t always capture that look. However, they are coming closer to capturing the delicate qualities of the cartoon image. Unfortunately, they’re made with cheap fabrics that I would not want to be seen in (walking down the aisle). When I think of a Disney princess inspired dress, would expect it to look like the primary outfit worn, in the movie. This would be done with the makers addressing the construction issues of a living woman, like inserting supports in the appropriate places. (I have not, yet, seen Frozen II, so if there are wedding dresses in it that look like these, I apologize.)

  • Will the collection be available to view at the wedding showcase next month?

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