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Frozen: The wedding dress

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There's more proof pop culture isn't ready to let go of the coolest (and highest-grossing) animated movie of all time.

Warm-blooded brides will soon be able to live out their Frozen fantasies on their wedding day. InStyle-Elsa-Gown.jpg

Disney is partnering with established bridal designer Alfred Angelo to create a Queen Elsa wedding dress.

The sparkly ice-blue gown, inspired by Arendelle's misunderstood Snow Queen, will be available in January.

"A character like Elsa is a huge inspiration for any designer," Alfred Angelo's Chief Creative Officer Michele Piccione, told InStyle magazine.

"She is beautiful and elegant, and her inner beauty shines through when she is ultimately not afraid to embrace who she is with confidence and poise."

It's not the first time designers at Alfred Angelo have played on the supposed princess fantasies buried inside full-grown women.

The bridal company has an entire line of Disney fairy tale wedding gowns.

So, what do you think? Would you wear an Elsa-inspired dress on your wedding day? Or should we leave the princess dress-up to little girls on Halloween?

Let us know in the comments below.

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