Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings are back, and hopefully more romantic than ever.

Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, and Disney+ has you covered. The Valentine’s Day collection on Disney+ will cover an array of titles, including classic animated films (Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, The Aristocats), live action films (Ten Things I Hate About You, Never Been Kissed, Tuck Everlasting, Splash), Disney+ Originals (Forky Asks a Question: What is Love), and Valentine’s Day themed episodes of The Simpsons

The latest original addition to the collection will be the newest season of Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings. The first season garnered a lot of interest from hardcore Disney fans for its examples of extravagant, dream-come-true Disney weddings. Real life couple Allison Holker (best known from Dancing with the Stars) and Stephen “tWitch” Boss (from The Ellen Show) will be returning as hosts for the second season to give viewers a glimpse at new couples with their own beautifully elaborate fairy tale weddings.

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The official synopsis for the season reads as follows:

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” returns for an all-new season only on Disney+, with new couples, surprise musical performances, unexpected appearances, captivating celebrations, and of course, lots of Disney magic. From epic hidden camera engagements to romantic fairy tale weddings, each episode will showcase enchanting stories and spectacular settings from Disney destinations around the globe. 

More Fairy Tale Weddings Than You Can Dream Of

If watching the show doesn’t quench your thirst for Disney weddings, you can also attend the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Showcase. Disney weddings are a dream for many Disney fans, so much so that Disney holds showcases for lovebirds hopeful for an extra magical wedding. While the one held at Disneyland resort already took place on February 01, 2020, there’s still time to make it to the Disney showcase at Walt Disney World. It takes place from March 13 through March 15 and will cost $45 per person.

However, for all the Valentine’s Day grinches out there… Never fear. Disney+ has new titles rotating in all the time, and with just a little bit of patience all the anticipated originals will be here before we know it. There’s already been confirmation of second seasons for both The Mandalorian and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (which is quite a name). We also know that Falcon and the Winter Soldier will drop in August, and that WandaVision will be following soon after in December. 

Are you excited for a new season of Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings? Will you be bingeing the first season again before the new seasons drops? Better start that rewatch soon, because season 2 will be premiering on Disney+ on February 14, 2020.