Now that's what we call a match made in heaven.
Sweet! Now where can we find one of those groom thingies?
Though the collection's name has yet to be revealed, Wang did spill some details about bringing her A-list gowns to the mainstream market.
Priced under $1,500 (commence squealing), the collection will hit stores in early Spring 2011 and include bridal gowns and accessories, with bridesmaid dresses (the non-ugly kind!) and shoes later on.
"I am thrilled for the chance to bring my very specific vision to David's Bridal, the biggest wedding retailer in America," the designer says in a press statement.
"The ability to grow my sphere of influence in the bridal world is both a huge creative and business opportunity and one I am so excited about."
"With this new challenge, I hope to speak with a level of taste and authority that will resonate with brides everywhere."
No doubt. Heck, we expect some wives are already planning their renewal ceremonies after hearing about this score.
"This exciting, new partnership will now enable us to serve even more of America's brides, including those who could only dream of wearing a Vera Wang gown," adds Bob Huth, President and CEO of David's Bridal.
"We understand the importance of a bride's special day, and we're very proud to be able to complement the strength of our existing brands with an outstanding and exclusive collection by the most revered bridal designer in the world."
Wow. This just might be the best thing to happen to brides since... um... engagement rings.
Meanwhile, read about J.Crew's wedding jewelry line with Miriam Haskell.