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Snow White Gets Three New Wedding Dresses

Although Disney Fairy Tale Weddings are actually not as expensive as most people have always thought they would be, and there are lots of ways to save on Disney Weddings, one big element in any wedding or vow renewal (Disney or otherwise) will always be the wedding dress.

If you’re a Disney bride trying to save money who has decided to let your one big splurge be the wedding dress, then Disney magic is on your side — because Allure Bridals has officially added three more Snow White dresses to its Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection, and although they’re not cheap, they are definitely worthy of a Disney princess!

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The original Disney princess Snow White already had two Disney princess wedding dresses in the Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection from Allure Bridals, just like the other Disney princesses do in the collection. The other Disney princesses featured in the Allure Bridals collection are Princess Aurora, Princess Jasmine, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Ariel, Tiana, Cinderella, and Belle.

Some of the other Disney princesses have gotten upgrades in the form of new additions to their own individual Disney wedding dress collections recently too (including three special Belle dresses for her 30th anniversary), and apparently, it was Snow White’s turn!

Snow White wedding dress

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The new Disney wedding dresses in this collection will be appealing for anyone who admired the first two Snow White wedding dresses, because the three new additions have taken similar silhouettes and simply added some extra flourishes or princess details. The first new dress is a wedding gown that “features embroidered lace, seed beads, crystals and three-dimensional ‘apple blossoms’ scattered across sparkle tulle”. According to the website, the “sweetheart neckline and organza bow is the finishing touch to this romantic, timeless gown”!

Snow White wedding dress

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We love how the tulle and organza in this dress’s voluminous skirt create a soft and cloudlike appearance, as if the bride is floating through the forest, and how the dimensional appliques add such a unique nod to Snow White in the form of apple blossoms. Pulling off actual apple designs would certainly be tricky on a wedding dress, and these blossoms are a nice twist on the classic Snow White theme!

Snow White wedding dress

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The next two Snow White wedding dresses that have been added to the Allure Bridals collection will be hard to tell apart from one another, because they’re nearly identical aside from the fact that one’s materials include sparkle tulle and English net (as well as “woodland floral motifs”) while the other dress’s materials include English net and lace.

Snow white wedding dress

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Snow white wedding dress

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The second dress’s details also focus more on “a bouquet of ‘apple’ blossoms on the bodice that gracefully cascade down the skirt and cluster at the hemline”, although both dresses have some cascading floral or fruity appliques. They’re also both a warmer ivory shade than a classic cool white, and that warmer ivory shade often flatters more skin tones than pure white does!

Snow White wedding dress

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Snow White wedding dress

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Snow White wedding dress

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Which of these three newest additions do you like in the Allure Bridals Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Collection? Do you prefer the original two Snow White wedding dresses (shown below), or perhaps the newest additions to other favorite Disney princess characters’ collections like the Princess Tiana collection or the Ariel collection?

Snow White wedding dress

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About Sharon

Sharon is from New England. She's a writer, animal lover, and, of course, a Disney Fanatic! Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures.