Pity the bridal party that has to carry this train: A Romanian wedding salon has designed a dress that has the world’s longest train, as designated by the Guinness World Book of Records. The Andree Salon designed a 1.85-mile long ivory train, which stretched across the city center of Bucharest.
The train and dress required approximately three miles of taffeta and 18 feet of lace. According to the Telegraph, 1,857 sewing needles and 150 spools of thread were used in its creation, which took 100 days. The previous record for a wedding dress train, held by a Dutch designer, was approximately 1.5 miles.
The dress was modeled by 17-year-old Ema Dumitrescu, who demonstrated its length in a hot air balloon, which the Telegraph reports, despite being a central event in the city’s biannual wedding fair, was mostly ignored by unimpressed bystanders. Want a copy for your own wedding? The Andree Salon can make your Bridezilla dreams come true.