Here's What the 'Frozen' Wedding Dress Looks Like in Real Life
By John Boone
For the blushing bride who wants both her something new (the movie only came out last year) and her something blue (Arendelle's in deep, deep, deep, deep snow!) to both be Frozen-themed: Designer Alfred Angelo finally unveiled his Elsa wedding dress during 2014 Bridal Fashion Week in New York City.
We saw the design sketches, but this is what it looks like on a real bride. Well, on a model. But she’s more “real” than a cartoon character with the magical ability to freeze things.
Here is the front of the dress:
And here it is from the back:
It's described as: “An ice blue softly-flared sheath gown with a sweetheart neckline made with layers of satin, tulle, glitter net and organza. All-over beading in swirling patterns cover the gown so it shimmers like Elsa’s so very treasured fresh-fallen snow. A Watteau train, a classic style that drapes from the shoulders to the floor, adds a finishing touch.”
There’s even a cute little matching flower girl dress:
The dress joins Alfred Angelo’s “Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection,” which features dresses in the style of Rapunzel, Belle, and The Little Mermaid’s Ariel (which, despite the photo, is probably not waterproof. Not sure why you would need to be).