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25th May '18 9:09:06 PM DragonQuestZ
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->''Itís not a coincidence that all the princesses youíve read about all got married in a beautiful ball gown wedding dress. This is an elegant bridal design that instantly makes you feel gorgeous and truly flatters your unique shape in all the right places.''
-->-- '''[[http://labafrica.org/9-ball-gown-wedding-dresses-sure-love/ 9 BALL GOWN WEDDING DRESSES YOU ARE SURE TO LOVE]]'''
25th Apr '18 1:41:09 PM DragonQuestZ
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''[[TropeCo/FairytaleWeddingDress This item]] is available in the TropeCo/TropeCo catalog.''
2nd Feb '18 1:07:41 PM lillolillo
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* In WesternAnimation/XMen's first cartoon, Comicbook/JeanGrey's wedding dresses (they had to get married twice, it's a long story) fit this.
** Lorna's dress in the [[RelationshipSue unfortunately]] [[DerailingLoveInterests derailed]] would-be wedding.
* One appears in ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}: The Wedding Album''. However while Ellen Lane thinks it looks wonderful, Lois herself absolutely loathes it. It isn't the dress she wears for the actual wedding.
* Brittany's wedding dress malfunction in ''ComicBook/GoldDigger''. As a were-cheetah, she planned to marry in her lovely, spotted, eight-foot-tall furry form. The dressmaker, apparently never having seen Brittany, sized the dress for human proportions instead, somehow overlooking fitting sessions or phone verifications. Her barbarian grandmother literally forged her a proper Barbarian-tribe substitute dress: traditional Valkyrie-ish armor. Just when it looked as though Brittany would actually have to wear that, her arch-mage dad conjured a magical wedding dress out of a dream: perfect in every way. She was, of course, overjoyed.

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* ''Franchise/XMen'':
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In WesternAnimation/XMen's first cartoon, Comicbook/JeanGrey's wedding dresses (they had to get married twice, it's a long story) fit this.
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** Lorna's Lorna Dane's dress in the [[RelationshipSue unfortunately]] [[DerailingLoveInterests derailed]] unfortunately derailed would-be wedding.
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'':
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One appears in ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}: The Wedding Album''.''ComicBook/SupermanTheWeddingAlbum''. However while Ellen Lane thinks it looks wonderful, Lois herself absolutely loathes it. It isn't the dress she wears for the actual wedding.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' story arc [[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 "Candor"]], [[ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} Saturn Queen]], who is mind-controlling Kara Zor-El into marrying Ultraman, gets her wear a sumptuous, multilayered, pink-and-golden wedding gown, complete with a three-pronged crown ornamented with red beads.
* Brittany's wedding dress malfunction in ''ComicBook/GoldDigger''. As a were-cheetah, she planned to marry in her lovely, spotted, eight-foot-tall furry form. The dressmaker, apparently never having seen Brittany, sized the dress for human proportions instead, somehow overlooking fitting sessions or phone verifications. Her barbarian grandmother literally forged her a proper Barbarian-tribe substitute dress: traditional Valkyrie-ish armor. Just when it looked as though Brittany would actually have to wear that, her arch-mage dad conjured a magical wedding dress out of a dream: perfect in every way. She was, of course, overjoyed.



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13th Jan '18 6:08:36 PM sunlitgarden
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* In the mobile phone game ''VideoGame/LoveNikkiDressUpQueen'', a craftable wedding dress called Realized Dream is this style. It's also the only wedding dress in the game that's not from an event, making it necessary to craft for a level requiring a wedding dress if you didn't start playing until after the wedding event.
13th Jan '18 10:11:49 AM angie710
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* On ''Series/AdamRuinsEverything'', Adam explains that the wedding dress as ''we'' know it is NewerThanTheyThink. Up until the wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert, brides wore nice dresses (if their families were wealthy) or everyday, casual dresses (if their families were not so wealthy). Brides began copying Queen Victoria's then-iconic white dress, but only if they were wealthy, because back then, a dress like that would have been too expensive and impractical for most women (or their parents) to justify, especially as it was only going to be worn once. (Furthermore, most Western weddings were much simpler affairs up until that point.) That changed in TheThirties, despite a little bump in the road known as The Great Depression, with the advent of bridal magazines that encouraged increasingly lavish wedding celebrations and elaborate dresses. The idea of [[VirginInAWhiteDress the white dress signifying the bride's virginity]] (as opposed to how wealthy her parents were) came even later, about TheFifties or so.

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* On ''Series/AdamRuinsEverything'', Adam explains that the wedding dress as ''we'' know it is NewerThanTheyThink. Up until the wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert, brides wore nice dresses (if their families were wealthy) or everyday, casual dresses (if their families were not so wealthy). Brides began copying Queen Victoria's then-iconic white dress, but only if they were wealthy, because back then, a dress like that would have been too expensive and impractical for most women (or their parents) to justify, especially as it was only going to be worn once. (Furthermore, most Western weddings were much simpler affairs up until that point.point, sometimes wedged into other unrelated social events.) That changed in TheThirties, despite a little bump in the road known as The Great Depression, with the advent of bridal magazines that encouraged increasingly lavish wedding celebrations and elaborate dresses. The idea of [[VirginInAWhiteDress the white dress signifying the bride's virginity]] (as opposed to how wealthy her parents were) came even later, about TheFifties or so.
13th Jan '18 10:06:46 AM angie710
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* In the "Eikoden" OVA to ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'', Miaka wears a Western wedding dress when she marries [[spoiler: Tamahome]] Taka. It's fairly simple, compared to [[WeddingsInJapan Western-style dresses worn by other anime women]], and certainly compared to many RealLife wedding dresses from the late 80's and early 90's, except it has large fabric (tulle?) roses at the waist and shoulders.
28th Nov '17 12:36:44 AM Squirtle8414
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* KhaosOmega has only deployed this once minus the sleeves. As this is a strapless complete bridal gown designed for Anise Azeat's true form deployed at the end of chapter 4 in 'Amethyst Beginnings' it serves as a reminder for Anise of the fact Soul Bonds essentially mean the two linked parties are already married. (Jet, upon seeing her wearing it, chooses that moment to propose to her, which she accepts, firing off a massive amount of golden light that due to the gown allows the two to become truly married without an actual wedding ceremony).



* In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', Peach's dress when [[HypnotizeThePrincess she was forced]] to marry Bowser, was basically a white version of her usual dress, but still was of a form that fit this trope.

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* In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', Peach's dress when [[HypnotizeThePrincess she was forced]] to marry Bowser, was basically a white version of her usual dress, but still was of a form that fit this trope. She was given a new, actual wedding dress for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' as another forced wedding to Bowser was the primary plot point.
23rd Nov '17 8:15:09 PM angie710
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* On ''Series/AdamRuinsEverything'', Adam explains that the wedding dress as ''we'' know it is NewerThanTheyThink. Up until the wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert, brides wore nice dresses (if their families were wealthy) or everyday, casual dresses (if their families were not so wealthy). Brides began copying Queen Victoria's then-iconic white dress, but only if they were wealthy, because back then, a dress like that would have been too expensive and impractical for most women (or their parents) to justify, especially as it was only going to be worn once. (Furthermore, most Western weddings were much simpler affairs up until that point.) That changed in TheThirties, despite a little bump in the road known as The Great Depression, with the advent of bridal magazines that encouraged increasingly lavish wedding celebrations and elaborate dresses. The idea of [[VirginInAWhiteDress the white dress signifying the bride's virginity]] (as opposed to how wealthy her parents were) came even later, about TheFifties or so.
3rd Nov '17 9:41:05 AM angie710
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* On ''Series/RaisingHope'', Virginia's {{Jerkass}} cousin Delilah had always dreamed of having a pink wedding dress with a huge train carried by Music/MichaelJackson, when she was a teenager back in TheEighties or early in TheNineties. When she finally ''does'' get married in her late 30's or early 40's, she finally gets her wish. Including the part about Michael Jackson (or at least an MJ impersonator) carrying her train.
** Later in the series, Virginia's father offers to give her the wedding ''she'' always dreamed of, but never got. Virginia wears the same dress Princess Diana wore to her wedding to Prince Charles, to renew her vows to Burt. (Prince Charles' outfit is also worn by Burt.)
29th Oct '17 11:57:25 PM DragonQuestZ
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* In ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', Mega Gardevoir's skirt is upgraded to look like this, complete with [[OperaGloves fancy elbow length gloves]].

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* In ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', Mega Gardevoir's skirt is upgraded to look like this, complete with [[OperaGloves fancy elbow length gloves]].this.



* Freudia Neuwahl's outfits in the ''VideoGame/{{Rosenkreuzstilette}}'' series give off a vibe that makes it look like she's wearing a wedding dress, even coming with OperaGloves. In ''Freudenstachel'', a sash is worn around her outfit's waist, which makes it look as if its skirt were separable from its top.

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* Freudia Neuwahl's outfits in the ''VideoGame/{{Rosenkreuzstilette}}'' series give off a vibe that makes it look like she's wearing a wedding dress, even coming with OperaGloves.dress. In ''Freudenstachel'', a sash is worn around her outfit's waist, which makes it look as if its skirt were separable from its top.
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