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'Frozen' Elsa Wedding Dress Is Perfect For A Princess Bride

10/09/2014 11:22 EDT | Updated 10/09/2014 11:22 EDT

We have a feeling we know what will be the most in-demand wedding dress of 2015 (no, not a Pnina Tornai gown).

On Wednesday evening, Alfred Angelo sent a wedding dress down the runway inspired by "Frozen's" Elsa—a fun twist to the usual white gowns at Bridal Fashion Week.

The lucky model chosen to wear the gown was styled as an exact duplicate of the Disney heroine complete with bouffant blond hair with a side ponytail that was laced with silver highlights.

The ice blue gown featured Elsa's signature chiffon train, a sweetheart neckline and embroidered white flowers. Obviously, there was also a little sparkle too—a must-have for a princess bride.

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Here she is in all her glory, Elsa inspired by #Frozen. Special thank you to our YouTube star @leximaewalker. #angeloaccess #nybw

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"A princess isn’t just a little girl anymore," said Alfred Angelo designer Jason Gillen. "The princess of today is a strong, empowered woman, the emblem of good taste and poise and classic elegance that every woman wants to have."

This isn't the first time Disney has paired up with Alfred Angelo—the bridal designer designed a line of Disney Fairy Tale gowns, including ones for "Sleeping Beauty" and "Cinderella."

Disney released a sketch of the "Elsa" wedding dress in September, and we think the dress IRL exceeds our expectations!

We weren't the only ones who were impressed by the gorgeous gown. One future bride on Twitter claimed the dress for herself for when she eventually walks down the aisle.

What do you think of the "Frozen" dress?

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Who's that girl walking in the snow at the @alfredangelobridal show? It's #Elsa from #Frozen! What do you think of the dress? Photo: @_rachelleonard #BridesBFW #BridesFashionWeek #BridalFashionWeek

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