The Most-Liked Wedding Dress on Instagram Is Totally Princess-Worthy

Hear that, Meghan Markle?

Updated 12/05/17

We have no doubts that you'll rack up the Instagram likes on that photo you're due to post of yourself stunning in your dream wedding dress. But will your gorgeous gown become the most-liked wedding dress on Instagram? Well, anything's possible! But for now, that coveted title belongs to this fabulous frock—a delightfully over-the-top wedding dress worn by Indonesian bride Intan Azzahra.

With a voluminous ball gown silhouette, dazzling details, and sparkle overload, this Insta-famous wedding dress is fit for a fairytale wedding or princess bride. (You hear that, Meghan Markle?) Fortunately, Intan Azzahra's nuptials were an honest-to-goodness Disney movie. Azzahra's groom matched her Cinderella vibes in a Prince Charming–inspired suit and regal sash. And the venue was even decorated with an imposing castle backdrop.

But back to that social-media stunner of a dress... Pure Wow reports that since its Instagram debut, the bridal gown has racked up over 200,000 likes at press time. Custom designed by Indonesian couturier Ivan Gunawan, the frock features pearl beading all along its bodice and long sleeves, cascading tiers of luxe organza, and a billowing train. Oh, and did we mention the stunning scalloped beading down the skirt, sparkly tiara, and crazy circumference? A flock of small children could hide beneath that skirt. Probably.

Naturally, that wasn't the only wedding dress Azzahra wore on her big day. She later changed into a less-liked-but-no-less-extravagant second wedding dress in a ruby red hue and complete with illusion lace sleeves, a sparkle-studded bodice, and hundreds of fiery feathers.

And there you have it! The most-liked wedding dress on all of Instagram. Think your frock can compete?

Meanwhile, on Pinterest, the 2016 most popular wedding dress award went to Grace Loves Lace's "The Hollie." Millennial brides were head-over-heels for the ethereal, bohemian look. And this year, off-the-shoulder wedding dresses were all the rage on the social media platform.

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