It’s the news would-be brides (and grooms) around the world have been dying to hear — you can now get married in the shadow of Cinderella’s castle at Disney World.

The Magic Kingdom in Orlando will now welcome wedding parties to the East Plaza Garden.

“Brides will be able to live out a dream like no other,” Korri McFann, the marketing director for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings, told USA Today.

With a fountain, whimsical topiaries, a killer view of Cinderella’s iconic castle, and room for 100 guests, the European-inspired East Plaza Garden on the Tomorrowland side of the park will be one of the world’s most desired spots for a destination wedding.

Brides will be able to ride into the East Plaza Garden in Cinderella’s coach. Upon their arrival, they’ll be heralded by uniformed trumpeters.

Before now, the only place you could get married in the Magic Kingdom was by the train station, early in the morning, before the park opened — which, let’s face it, would still have been fun, but certainly no match for Cinderella’s castle.

And it’s going to cost you. Of course it’s going to cost you. Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings package collections start at US$2,500, and custom experiences start at US$12,000, but the premiere Magic Kingdom location will cost you US$75,000 (roughly AU$100,000).

Totally worth it, right?

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