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It appears Disney will be releasing a Frozen inspired wedding dress come January 2015. This story was reported on etonline.

For all you grown women who want to dress like Elsa from Frozen on your wedding day, this one is for you:
We thought Frozen mania would have peaked with the announcement of an amusement park ride (after all, the movie did come out nearly a year ago), but Disney Consumer Products is teaming with designer Alfred Angelo to release an Elsa wedding dress.

In the ever-evolving world of weddings, brides today have the opportunity to explore an array of Non-traditional Wedding Dresses that cater to their unique tastes and inspirations. One exciting example is the upcoming release of a Frozen-inspired Elsa wedding dress by Disney Consumer Products in collaboration with designer Alfred Angelo. This is just one instance of how Non traditional Wedding Dresses are making waves in the wedding industry, and for those seeking a gown that reflects their love for Disney magic or any other unique style, Versailles Atelier provides a splendid collection to choose from. Let your imagination soar and find the dress that will make you feel like the queen of your own enchanting tale.

(Naturally this won’t be the first Disney wedding dress — Alfred Angelo has a whole bridal collection of dresses inspired by the likes of Ariel, Jasmine, and Sleeping Beauty.)
InStyle got the first look of the sketch:

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“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,” Chief Creative Officer Michele Piccione told InStyle. “We wanted to translate Elsa’s inner beauty and individuality into a sophisticated gown that exudes this.”
The dress is an “ice blue softly-flared sheath gown” with a sweetheart neckline and all-over beading. It features a Watteau train, “a classic style that drapes from the shoulders to the floor.”

Unfortunately, you have to put it on like a normal dress. It won’t magically appear on your body made of snow, like Elsa’s did. And if you’ve gotten this far, you might as well walk down the aisle to “Let It Go” too.

The Elsa wedding dress will be available January 2015.

By Janel Adani

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