Happily Ever After: Get the Disney Wedding Experience from Start to Finish
I recently became engaged and while doing some non-work-related research on the matter, I stumbled upon something unusual/sweet/kind of cringe-worthy: Disney Wedding Rings.
Couture designer Kirstie Kelly unveiled her “Kirstie Kelly for Disney by Mouawad” collection of engagement rings for the 2009 Bridal Week in New York City. The six rings are inspired by six Disney princesses from a princess-cut Sleeping Beauty ($5,460) to the three-stone Belle design ($4,650).
But wait! There’s more!
Don’t let that Disney fantasy end at the ring! There are also Kirstie Kelly for Disney Fairy Tale Weddings gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and even flower girl outfits (which make sense). The dresses are also princess-inspired affairs, ranging in styles from an asymmetrical ballgown named Cinderella (Style #C2902) to a simple empire-cut Jasmine (Style #J2909) dress.
And if that weren’t enough, Disney will gladly coordinate the destination wedding and honeymoon. Brides can marry at the Sleeping Beauty or Cinderella Castle in addition to a number of not-so-literal venues fit for a princess. Honeymoon options span the globe; there are resort options on six continents and equally numerous possibilities on board a Disney Cruise. Or, you can just honeymoon at the Magic Kingdom.
Because nothing says love like vomiting on the Tea Cup Ride.
Charlotte Savino is the online listings editor at Travel + Leisure.