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This Artist Redraws Disney Princesses As Brides And You Could Stare At Their Gowns For Hours

Disney has produced some of the most romantic love stories of all time, but only a few of them concluded with a walk down the aisle. Sure, we all think that all princesses live happily ever after, but thanks to artist Vickie S. Chau, we no longer have to imagine their wedding dresses. The talented illustrator has produced drawings of some of our favorite Disney royalty dressed in modern bridal attire. That’s correct, if you’ve ever been wondering about Disney princess wedding gowns, this stunning work of art will pique your interest.

She once shared: “I had an idea to draw each of the 10 Disney princesses in a wedding dress that’s historically accurate (or culturally) fused with the official gown that Disney created for them.” Finally, after days of brainstorming, researching, and drawing, she has officially launched a series of drawings of Disney princesses in their wedding costumes and received a lot of support from the Disney fan community.

Let’s take a look at some of her most outstanding artworks! Don’t forget to let us know which wedding dress catches your eyes the most!

#1 Tiana (Princess And The Frog)

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Tiana in a 1920s wedding dress! You can see that her dark smokey eyes and dark red lipstick are so accurate with the history!

#2 Mulan (Mulan)

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I love Mulan dress and I love how the artist paid attention to the history! Since Mulan is marrying Shang – a general, of course, her clothes had to be elaborate due to Shang’s high status

#3 Pocahontas (Pocahontas)

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You may find Pocahontas strange in such a noble outfit, but since she will be marrying an Englishman, her outfit is designed based on Queen Elizabeth I (the 1600s)

#4 Jasmine (Aladdin)

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For Jasmine, her wedding dress was a Pakistani design infused with Indian textures and patterns

#5 Belle (Beauty And The Beast)

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Belle’s wedding dress looks stunning since it was designed based on Marie Antoinette’s time

#6 Ariel (The Little Mermaid)

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Ariel, our precious mermaid, definitely has one of those 1850s wedding dress designs every girl dreams of

#7 Snow White (Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)

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With a wedding dress designed based on the 16th century of Germany, Snow White looks a bit older in this version

#8 Rapunzel (Tangled)

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Even though Rapunzel didn’t have a clear time period, the talented artist designed a gorgeous golden wedding dress based on the Renaissance and German Regency period

#9 Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)

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Aurora was a real princess so her wedding dress was designed according to the dress of the nobility in the pre-renaissance period

#10 Cinderella (Cinderella)

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My favorite wedding dress belongs to Cinderella! Her dress even has a blue hue coming out to relate to her regular ballgown in the movie

#11 You can see many of Chau’s other artworks on Deviant, such as this “For a Long and Healthy Life” drawing

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#12 “Fly”

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“Fly” is her impressive work about the phoenix in Chinese culture. This is a gift for her cousin’s birthday, how cool is it?

#13 “Tell me what to do”

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“Tell me what to do” has a very unique concept: A Qing dynasty bride runs away from her wedding and bumps into a Joseon man. This is when she begs him to take her away

#14 “The Evil Queen’s Quarters”

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“The Evil Queen’s Quarters” is a very unique work when drawing about The Evil Queen in the movie Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs in the style of Korean dramas

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