Many women dream of having a big, fairytale wedding.
And now, a Japanese brand has created a stunning range of bridal gowns that will allow women to transform into their favourite Disney princesses on their special day.
From Cinderella to Snow White, the collection by Kuraudia Co. is inspired by six characters from the best-loved fairy tales.
Disney fans can also dress up as Rapunzel, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Ariel from The Little Mermaid or Aurora from Sleeping Beauty.
A Japanese brand has launched a range of stunning wedding gowns inspired by Disney. Pictured is the Snow White gown in red
The iconic powder blue gown from Cinderella is among the collection of 14 dresses on offer
The range of wedding dresses have been inspired by six Disney princesses, including Snow White and Cinderella
The collection of 14 wedding gowns, which come in a range of colours, will be available to rent in November for the price of $3,600 (£2,660) each.
The iconic Cinderella dress is instantly recognisable, as is the yellow gown worn by Belle – most recently played by Emma Watson – in Beauty and the Beast.
However, other references to The Little Mermaid and Rapunzel are slightly more subtle.
If you want your groom to dress up as Prince Charming, tuxes are available from the brand for an extra $900 (£670).
A yellow ball gown is instantly recognisable as that worn by Belle in Beauty and the Beast
The famous dress was most recently worn by Emma Watson, who played the princess in this year’s live action remake
Disney fans can also dress up as Rapunzel (second from right) Ariel from The Little Mermaid (far left) or Aurora from Sleeping Beauty (second from left)
However, the bridal collection will only be available in Japan when it is launched in November.
Hotels, wedding venues and bridal shops across the country are expected to stock the gowns, according to website Asahi.
The dresses have been officially approved by Disney through a licensing agreement.
The Sleeping Beauty gown is a classic fairytale dress, featuring lace detailing on the bodice and at the hem
While pink may not be a traditional colour for the bride, they are sure to feel like a princess in these gowns
Those who prefer to wear white do still have the option, with this second Cinderella dress. Disney-inspired bridesmaid dresses are also on offer from the Japanese brand
The Ariel gown comes in teal, featuring a dramatic tulle hem in fitting with The Little Mermaid character
There are also tuxes are available from the brand for an extra $900 (£670), inspired by the princes in Rapunzel (left) and Beauty and the Beast (right)