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Disney-mad bride dresses as Cinderella for her wedding… and forces guests to dress up as specific characters

Australian bride Emily Breden swapped her cleaning uniform for a Cinderella gown to celebrate her wedding day

LET'S be honest, everybody knows that a wedding is basically just an excuse for a bride to feel like a princess for a day. Right?

Well one Disney-mad bride has taken our love of princesses to all new levels by dressing up as Cinderella to marry the man of her dreams... and forced her guests to abide by a Disney dress code too.

 Emily Breden managed to convince her partner Jack to also dress up as Prince Charming for their big day
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Emily Breden managed to convince her partner Jack to also dress up as Prince Charming for their big day

Emily Breden, a cleaner from New South Wales in Australia, used her wedding day as an excuse to pay tribute to her favourite Disney Princess. Blue silk ball gown, tiara, and all.

Like all Princess fans, the 28-year-old mum-of-three said: "I've always been absolutely obsessed with Disney. I think watching all the movies over my childhood, the magic of it all just became ingrained in me."

She added: "I loved them all. But my favourite was always Cinderella, so it made sense to become her for my wedding day."

Naturally, after settling on the Disney theme (complete with a Mickey Mouse cake and Disney balloon centerpieces)  the Cinderella superfan also had to convince her husband-to-be to dress up as Prince Charming costume too.

 Emily says the 'magic of Disney' has been 'ingrained' in her since she was a child
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Emily says the 'magic of Disney' has been 'ingrained' in her since she was a child
 Emily is also planning on having 'happily ever after' tattooed on her arm
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Emily is also planning on having 'happily ever after' tattooed on her arm

Emily added: "Jack wasn't sure at first, but once we started planning he really got into the idea."

Because what is a Cinderella without her Prince Charming?

Taking the theme that one step further, Emily also assigned each of her 64 guests a specific character to dress as "so we didn't have any double-ups."

 The Disney-mad bride assigned each of her 64 guests a specific character to dress as
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The Disney-mad bride assigned each of her 64 guests a specific character to dress as

And while the couple's two daughters, Ella, 7, and Jade, 5, dressed as Anna and Elsa from Frozen, their 2-year-old son Evan donned an adorable Star Wars stormtrooper costume.

And if her Princess wedding wasn't enough, Emily now plans to add to her collection of Disney tattoos by having "happily ever after" inked on her arm.

While Emily claims her family labelled her special day "the best wedding they've ever been to", the bride says she would "definitely recommend this kind of wedding."

She added: "It reflects who were are and it's something we will remember forever. It was a truly magical day."

 The couple had a Mickey Mouse themed wedding cake along with princess cupcakes
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The couple had a Mickey Mouse themed wedding cake along with princess cupcakes
 Emily's mother gifted the couple an original Cinderella movie poster from 1950
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Emily's mother gifted the couple an original Cinderella movie poster from 1950

In even more wedding news, couples are shaming the worst behaved wedding guests ever - including a woman who vomited on the table during the best man's speech.

And this bride admitted she secretly "fattened up" her bridesmaids so she could be the "centre of attention" on her wedding day.

Plus is this the world's worst Bridezilla? Bride who wanted to be a  "Kardashian for a day" blames her guests for not giving her the THOUSANDS she needed to fund her dream day.

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