Disney fan art continues to be as creative as ever. Social media artists have reimagined the princesses as historic paintings, makeup queens, relatable and awkward, and as fierce biker chicks.  

Now one artist is picturing the princesses as they walk down the aisle, but this time dressed in modern-day gowns inspired by real-life iconic ones. All of the live-action Disney princess remakes need to see this artwork for the upcoming wedding scenes in the movies, because these dresses fit the princesses perfectly and need to be re-created in real life, too. 

Megara from Hercules

The sassy spitfire Meg wears her hair in that iconic high, voluminous ponytail. Her Grecian-inspired gown looks lovely paired with gold wire embellishments around her waist and through her hair. 

"Really love this I think each dress fits them all very well according to their characters," one supporter commented. 

Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Kida and Milo Thatch would absolutely have the most beautiful underwater ceremony in the city of Atlantis. Here, the princess is pictured wearing a mermaid-style gown with a sheer bodice. She also has that notable blue eye makeup under her eyes. 

Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The artist, Greco Archibald, captioned this image of the gypsy Esmeralda, "La Esmeralda smizing on you before she walks down the aisle in a Bohemian Inspired Dress." The princess of the people is wearing her hair pinned into a low ponytail, with a flower crown and little flowers pinned into it. Her bouquet of flowers perfectly matches the stunning crown in her hair. 

Moana from Moana

Though Moana has proven she doesn't need a man to save the oceans and her island from aquatic monsters, if she ever did decide to wed, it would absolutely be in this tropical-inspired gown. "Last Princess for this collection is Moana, sporting a somewhat Easy Breezy Tropical feel wedding dress," the artist wrote. Moana paired her floral, high-slit gown with turquoise shoes and a gold arm cuff. 

Rapunzel from Tangled

The long-haired princess is positively glowing in this bright yellow gown. The tiara she finds that belongs to her in the movie is placed delicately atop her long locks. Of course, she wears a yellow gown reminiscent of the bright suns she painted throughout her room in the tower. 

Mulan from Mulan

Inspired by a dress worn by Fan Bingbing on the red carpet, the artist gave Mulan a stunning, plunging V-neck dress. The lovely cherry blossom flower sits tucked into the warrior princess's ear, and her cut hair has grown back long enough to be styled into a bun. 

One commenter would have appreciated a different look for Mulan: "Ooh I want to see Mulan in a tux," they wrote. 

Belle from Beauty and the Beast

Possibly the most extravagant dress of the bunch, Belle's look features huge roses, obviously. Inspired by fashion designer Mak Tumang, the artist re-created one of his dresses for the Disney princess. "I was inspired by the new collection of @maktumang, very spring inspired. And it was hard for me to illustrate the same floral design so i made them rose-like instead," the artist captioned this image. 

Ariel from The Little Mermaid

This dress is entirely different from the '80s-chic wedding look Ariel sports in the original animated version, but I could definitely see Halle Bailey rocking a dress this style in the upcoming live-action remake. The beachy bridal look is perfect for the mermaid turned human, and the super-high slit is reminiscent of the magical dress in which she emerges from the water when she is reunited with her Prince Eric. "Ariel looks so gorgeous! I love her dress and flower crown," one fan commented.