Last month my guilty pleasure was the bow-filled Barbie Bridal Collection, this month it's all about Disney's Fairytale Wedding Dress 2011 collection by wedding & bridesmaid dress designer legends, Alfred Angelo.

{I wonder what it will be next month…My Little Pony Bridal Accessories?!!}

Yes, they're ultra girly but your wedding day is the one day you can embrace your inner Princess. And when the gowns are this pretty, I say why not!

As an early years teacher I have had to intervene many many times when little girls fought over the Disney princess dresses in the dressing up box. I think the majority of us have never really grown out of that desire to wear the prettiest dress on our wedding day!

Here is the collection and a little bit of information about each dress from Disney Bridal:

Cinderella: Princess Cinderella’s gown radiates with sparkle as its inspiration is the fairy tale’s enchanted glass slipper.

Snow White: Princess Snow White’s dress is inspired by nature, beauty and grace like the Disney Princess character herself. The features apple blossom and leaf detailing throughout the bodice and cascading down the skirt.

Jasmine: Princess Jasmine’s wedding dress conveys freedom and individuality and as a result her shimmering soft satin gown is exotic with a bejeweled neckline and low cut back.

Ariel: {It just had to be mermaid cut dress for the little mermaid!} The treasures of the sea inspired Princess Ariel’s gown. The mermaid silhouette features re-embroidered lace, pearl beading, and sequin sparkles.

Sleeping Beauty: Sleeping Beauty / Princess Aurora’s gown is romantic with a dreamy, willowy skirt for this slumbering princess. The gown is inspired by roses and flowers and features petal detailing throughout.

Belle: Princess Belle’s wedding dress, with a draped waistline is inspired by the iconic ballroom dance scene from the film and focuses on making a grand entrance.

Tiana {from The Princess and the Frog}: The regal, one-shoulder taffeta gown for Disney’s newest princess, Tiana, reflects her independent spirit with an asymmetric bodice and ruched skirt.

Find out more about Alfred Angelo's collaboration with Disney here.

It begs the question, which Disney bride are you?

{FYI Top choice for the under 5s was Belle from Beauty and the Beast followed closely by Cinderella.}