When you're marrying a girl named Princess Love, expectations for your wedding are sky high.
Thankfully, Ray J was able to give the love of his life a night to remember and she held up her end of the bargain with a dress that looks like it was designed for a Disney princess — Cinderella, if we are being specific.
The sparkly, glitzy ball gown was designed by Lazaro and Princess paired it with a beaded headpiece and full veil.
It reminded us of the LED-light-infused gown that Claire Danes wore to this year's MET Gala, designed by Zac Posen. That's two this year and three makes a trend, so we can't wait to see who jumps into a lighted gown next.
While the dress was certainly the centerpiece, the rest of the elements certainly added to the dreamlike quality of the wedding, from Ray J's tux to the pillar candles and the eight-tiered wedding cake:
All that matters is #Love. Congrats to #RayJ and #Princesslove jumping the broom yesterday.❤️ Thank you for capturing the beautiful photos for us to see❤️✊🏽🙌🏾 @pharrisphotos ・・・ Wow! It's finally over, yesterday's wedding with @rayj & @princesslove was literally a movie! Their magical day planned by @dvlwbrides, @dconcierge_events, and @diannvalentine will be aired on @vh1 so be sure to tune in! Also thank you @people for the feature! Congrats again @rayjnprincess! #PharrisPhotos
All in all, it looked like a dream come true. Congratulations again to Ray J and Princess on their big day!
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