Here’s a Sneak Peek of the Wedding Gown From the New Cinderella Movie

Remember back when bridal designer Alfred Angelo made a Frozen-inspired wedding dress so that brides everywhere could channel Queen Elsa on their Big Day? Well, we wouldn’t be surprised if this story ends similarly, with a designer creating a replica of the beige colored, long-sleeve floral-print gown that Cinderella will wear in the upcoming remake of the Disney classic.

The folks over at Vanity Fair chatted with the film’s costume designer who says she wanted the dress that Rose MacClare would wear to marry Robb Stark—er, that Cinderella would wear to marry her prince to be something simpler and different from the 12-layer blue gown she famously wears to the ball.

The result: the modest, silk organza number seen above, which took a team of seamstresses nearly a month to make (and those flowers, they were hand painted). In total, it took 16 people and 550 hours to complete the entire dress—and it was all nearly lost when the gown caught fire during a photo shoot!

You can see the dress in action when the movie hits the big screen on March 13, but for now take an up-close look here.

RELATED: And Here We Have It: Disney & Alfred Angelo’s Frozen-Inspired Elsa Wedding Gown, In the Flesh

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