“Creating the wedding dress was a challenge. Rather than try to make something even better than the ball gown, I had to do something completely different and simple,” Sandy shared. “I wanted the whole effect to be ephemeral and fine, so we went with an extreme-lined shape bodice with a long train. Cinderella wins the Prince’s heart through her goodness, so I wanted to show this through her clothes. I wanted her to stay modest and pure even though she was going to be a part of royalty.”
The final dress, which took 16 people and 550 hours (over a month) to complete is a beige colored, long-sleeve, silk organza gown with a floral print to represent the simplicity of the princess-to-be.
For the groom, Sandy dished on his look, “The silhouette and the shape of the shoulders is from the original animation, but we created more of a fitted look and dressed him in less masculine colors such as blue, green, and white.”
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