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Be the Biggest Frozen Fan, Get Married in This

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Though there isn't actually a wedding in Frozen, some fanatics have been waiting patiently for the unveiling of the real-life Elsa wedding gown since November 27, 2013. The highly-anticipated dress made it's way down the runway at Alfred Angelo's Bridal Fashion Week spring 2015 show yesterday, accompanied by artificial snow. Now, who's ready to dedicate their wedding to Disney, wearing Elsa's dress with Elsa's hair in Elsa's castle to Elsa's husband? Wedding activities should include building a snowman, hiking up a heaps of snow, and a reindeer petting zoo just full of Svens. To make sure your guests have most authentic experience, crank up that A.C. and insist that the cold never bothered them anyway.

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Only Queen Elsa and her matching "blossom" could bring snow to the runway! #Frozen #snow #Disney #fashion #NewYork #weddingdress

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