The dresses run from size 0 to size 30 and start at $1,799.
This Tiana-inspired gown is covered in sequins and beadwork emulating the Jazz Age, with a delicate lace train.
A new Belle dress features Swiss dot tulle and beaded roses.
If Aurora is your favorite Princess, you might fall for this gown and sheer capelet featuring embroidered briar roses.
Above is the Platinum Snow White gown, which has “unique stitching that includes over 2,000 beads throughout along with intricate train detail of floral appliqués.” See more of the details below.
Here are some closeups of the gown from the show.
Above is the Platinum Jasmine gown, which the design team gave “a modernized feel by incorporating a beaded appliqué to the shoulder and a cuff for the adventurous, modern bride.” Below is a closer look at the shoulder detail.
Here’s a closer look at more of the gowns in the fashion show.
Unfortunately, they did not specify which gown was inspired by which princess in the fashion show. Luckily, the Allure Bridal website gives more photos and details.
The above gown invokes Ariel in its “ocean waves” of organza ruffles and pearl-beaded bodice.
This Cinderella-inspired ballgown has beaded and sequined appliqués with drape sleeves.
Or be the Belle of the ball (or wedding) with the Belle Platinum ballgown, featuring beaded lace, a glitter brocade, and drape sleeves.
This timeless Cinderella-style A-line gown has glass slipper-inspired tulle, scrolled appliqués, and tonal beadwork.
The fashion show offered many looks at the beautiful bodice.
Channel Pocahontas in a gown covered in a leaflike lace overlay (pictured above), or this sleek silhouette dress of soft cotton lace (pictured below).
An Art Deco-inspired sequin pattern evokes vintage Flapper dresses in this dress inspired by Tiana.
This Rapunzel-inspired fit and flare dress is decorated with beadwork in shapes reminiscent of the Sun Drop Flower.
It has pearl buttons running down the back.
Above is another gown inspired by Rapunzel, featuring a crocheted lace bodice, reminiscent of her own laced gown.
Another Snow White-inspired dress celebrates the film’s 85th anniversary with a full satin skirt and lace illusion detailing.
Another film celebrating an anniversary is “Aladdin,” which marks 30 years. This Jasmine-inspired gown has dimensional blooms and dramatic embroidery.
Above is an Aurora gown with exposed boning and detachable bishop sleeves.
It is decorated with leafy appliqués with glitter details.
The Belle-inspired gown features a timeless ballgown silhouette and scoop neckline, covered in a stunningly rich floral brocade.
We couldn’t identify this dress but it has a high neck of open lacing and bishop sleeves.
A 50th anniversary dress inspired by the “Beacons of Magic” closed the show.
The skirt of the dress is layered with ruffled fabric and plenty of sparkles.
Using projection mapping, the dress lit up as its own “Beacon of Magic.”
Watch the full fashion show, featuring more dresses, hosted by Katie Stevens below.
The dresses will soon be available at select bridal boutiques in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland. Which dress would you wear for your wedding? Let us know in the comments.