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This bride will give you Cinderella vibes

Cosmopolitan logo Cosmopolitan 13-04-2017 Lauren Smith

This bride's dress is even more stunning than Cinderella's © Instagram This bride's dress is even more stunning than Cinderella's We've seen some extravagant wedding dresses in our time (like this £400,000 one or this ornately-decorated one). But none have screamed "Cinderella" quite as much as this Indonesian bride's gown. Intan Azzahra married her groom, Zendhy Zaen, in a custom creation designed by Ivan Gunawan and we're seriously swooning over it.

Delicate beading covers the sleeves and the bodice, while scalloped beading dramatically drapes down over the skirt. Then, on the sides and on the train there's billowing fabric that makes Azzahra look like she's floating down the stairs.

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Naturally, her groom looked like he walked right out of a Disney movie, too - though a different one. We're getting some serious Prince Eric vibes circa the wedding scene at the end on the boat. Just us?

😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

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The ceremony backdrop was a castle (because of course it was). While we're not sure what the inspiration was behind this backdrop, we will say the pink pops perfectly against Gunawan's sash.

As if that weren't enough, it was the bride's second gown that truly stole the show. Since her guests dressed in red and gold, it was only polite that the bride and groom do, too. Right? Here are the results.

Cerita Dari Negri dongeng

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The lace on the sleeves and the bodice is seriously out of this world.

The red swan #couture #dress #brides

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