Disney offers princess gowns to brides

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  1. crazy4wdw

    crazy4wdw DIS Veteran

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  2. YoHo

    YoHo If you have any poo to fling, now is the time.

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    All that is just a bunch of fluff. Here, I'll rewrite it in YoHoese.

    Disney realizes new revenue stream by dumping sweaty old park costumes on mouse obsessed brides.
     
  3. Barbers2005

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    I would love to have a Belle-inspired wedding gown. Alas, I am already married.;)
     
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  5. YoHo

    YoHo If you have any poo to fling, now is the time.

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    Thanks to the recent WDW policy change, I can now fullfill my dream of renewing vows in an Aurora styled gown. I wonder what my wife will wear?
     
  6. Barbers2005

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    She could dress as Prince Phillip. :rotfl:
     
  7. Sarangel

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    Or Sampson.
     
  8. crazy4wdw

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    Have a fairy-tale wedding in a Disney dress cartoon-inspired gowns

    Link for graphic: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18203707/

     
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    Disney debuts line of wedding gowns

     
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    thanks for the site.

    oooh to be young again and to plan a wedding.

    actually found myself daydreaming at the collection and thinking about which one my daughter would look best in.

    btw I picked cinderalla
     
  12. Peter Pirate 2

    Peter Pirate 2 <font color=red>I may be a Disney curmudgeon but I

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    This kind of makes me ill.:eek: Maybe they'll provide a Mickey and Minnie wedding night tutorial as well?:scared1:
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  13. YoHo

    YoHo If you have any poo to fling, now is the time.

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    Maybe it's just me, but those dresses don't look particularly Disney inspired at all.
    It's like they took a fairly large collection of standard wedding dresses, stamped Disney on the back and doubled the price......

    Oh, I forgot, that's what this company does now. Probably comes with a snowglobe.
     
  14. Nom

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    ITA- I am dissapointed! I guess the ariel dresses look a bit mermaid-y, but that's it.

    I like the middle Belle gown, but it's not really Belle-y at all.
     
  15. Barbers2005

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    Beautiful. The Belle, Cinderella and Ariel collections did a really good job of capturing the style of those princesses. Cinderella and Belle both have ballgowns though, so I imagine it was a bit easier to do their collections than, say, Jasmine. I loved the middle Belle dress too, but I thought it was very Belle in a subtle way. The draping of the skirt, the cut of the back, and the color are all reminiscent of her dress. I think this is a great idea for women who want to be a "fairytale princess" without going to over the top.
     

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