Bride throws magical Disney-themed wedding
A DISNEY-obsessed bride has ditched her usual cleaning uniform in favour of Cinderella's ball gown to marry her real-life Prince Charming in a fairy tale wedding.
Ever since she was a little girl, mum-of-three Emily Breden said she had always dreamt of living happily ever after with the man of her dreams - just like her favourite characters in her beloved Disney sagas.
The 28-year-old cleaner from Howlong, New South Wales, Australia, finally made her vision a reality earlier this month, tying the knot with husband Jack Breden, 28, in an enchanting Disney-themed wedding on October 6.
Emily swapped her usual cleaning uniform for an elegant ball gown to transform herself into her favourite Disney character, Cinderella, for the special day - while her contractor husband even donned a dapper Prince Charming outfit.
And all 64 wedding guests embraced the spirit of the day by dressing up as iconic Disney characters - while later digging into an incredible mickey mouse wedding cake, adorned with Disney princess cupcakes.
Emily 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.
"I loved them all. But my favourite was always Cinderella, so it made sense to become her for my wedding day.
"Jack wasn't sure at first, but once we started planning he really got into the idea. My family was very excited about it.
"I designated Disney characters to everyone, so we didn't have any double-ups
"It was a bit of fun and something different. Some of my relatives said it was the best wedding they've ever been to.
"My mum made an entrance piece with an original Cinderella movie poster that she bought from America. All our centrepieces were Disney balloons too."
The happy couple's daughters Ella, 7, and Jade, 5, were dressed up as characters from the Disney movie Frozen, while their son Evan, 2, was decked out in a Star Wars stormtrooper costume.
Emily even took her obsession to the next level by getting five Disney-themed tattoos inked on her skin - and now plans to add the famous quote 'happily ever after' to her collection after marrying her prince.
She said: "I really felt like Cinderella and Jack is definitely my Prince Charming. I've only ever seen him cry when we had children, but when I walked up the aisle I could see his face was soaked.
"I'd definitely recommend this kind of wedding. It reflects who we are, and it's something we will remember forever.
"It was a truly magical day."