Because this is super important dammit.
There are wedding dresses. And then there are Disney wedding dresses, and you know which ones are more fabulous.
So we thought it was about damn time we stopped everything we were doing and did a definitive ranking of the best Disney princess wedding dresses ever.
It was a tough choice if we’re completely honest, with so many magical gowns on offer, but we powered through.
Who can forget Ariel’s transformation from mermaid to bride at the end of The Little Mermaid?
Of course, there’s also Cinderella and her Prince Charming on their wedding day, and then there’s Jasmine’s crop top and harem pants scenario.
Sleeping Beauty’s colour-changing ballgown is also arguably one of the most amazing dresses to ever appear on screen, and we’re still outraged no one has created it IRL.
And that’s just the old school Disney movies. Flash forward a little and you’ve got your Princess Tianas, Rapunzels and Giselles upping the style ante with coloured wedding dresses and magical accessories.
So grab a cuppa and keep scrolling, because you’re about to waste a lot of time on this (it’s all worth it though, we promise).
Ok, so this isn’t for everyone seeing as it’s a bit old school. Robin Hood is set in the Middle Ages after all. But there’s a certain charm to the simple silhouette and high neck.
Who knew a green wedding dress could look so appealing? Tiana and her prince, both transformed into frogs, are about to marry, when true love’s kiss (of course) turns them back into humans. We like that the dress is a little nod to her animal form though.
Who needs super-long hair when you have a cool tiara and a white horse to ride on? Not Rapunzel, that’s for sure.
We can’t really write about Carl and Ellie without sobbing like utter babies, so we’ll just leave you with Ellie’s simple yet beautiful gown. Just like its owner *sob*.
Giselle’s dress in Enchanted is so over the top it’s actually fabulous. Good work Amy Adams.
Right, so we’re not actually sure this counts as a wedding dress, we just assumed Aurora married Prince Philip at the end of the movie, and as such we’re including it. Because you can’t beat a dress that changes colour.
Only Princess Jasmine could rock a crop top and harem trousers on her wedding day. We love her statement jewellery too.
Come on, we couldn’t not include this absolute beauty. Designed by costume designer Sandy Powell for the 2015 live action movie starring Lily James, the dress was inspired by the 19th century and the 1950s. We love the delicate explosion of colour.
One of the first ever Disney princesses to walk down the aisle, Cinderella has a bit of a soft spot in our hearts. The 1950s style featured an off-the-shoulder top and full skirt, worn with a simple veil. No patch on the glittering ballgown courtesy of Fairy Godmother though.
At the end of The Little Mermaid, King Triton finally grants Ariel her wish and turns her into a human so she can marry Prince Eric. Swoon. There is a brief transformation stage where she is wearing a glittering gown (which we love), before it turns into a full blown wedding dress, not too dissimilar to Princess Diana’s, thanks to those puffy sleeves.