Elsa in‘Frozen’
Elsa in‘Frozen’

Would you wear a wedding dress inspired by Disney's Frozen?

American bridal company Alfredo Angelo have revealed an Elsa-inspired Frozen wedding dress

Emma Akbareian
Thursday 09 October 2014 13:22
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There has always been a princess element to wedding dresses, but a new collaboration is taking this one step further with a dress inspired by the Disney film Frozen.

If you are a bride to be who happens to harbour an obsession for all things Frozen, then stop right here because your search for 'the one' may be over.

The Elsa dress was unveiled yesterday in New York as part of spring 2015 bridal collection presentations.

American bridal house Alfred Angelo is the designer behind the dress which is part of the Disney Fairy Tale Wedding collection which also includes other princess inspired dresses in the range include Snow White, Beauty and the Beast's Belle and Cinderella.

The dress is a strapless fishtail gown with embellished sequin detailing on the bodice. It's loosely based on the dress worn by Elsa in the pinnacle 'Let It Go' scene.

As any self-respecting Frozen fan knows the 'Let It Go' dress was actually aquamarine blue, but for bridal purposes it has unsurprisingly been switched to white.

The inclusion of Frozen's Elsa in the collection is not surprising given the commercial power behind the film which is the highest grossing animated movie of all time.

However Elsa is not an obvious choice for bridal inspiration as she is not a fairytale romance icon as such, in fact she is one of the only Disney princesses whose story doesn't feature a love interest - at least until the sequel that is.

The dress will be available for Frozen fan brides to buy in January from Alfred Angelo stockists worldwide.

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