For all the little children who once dreamed of a fairy tale wedding, that dream can now become a reality at Walt Disney World in Florida.

The theme park will now offer wedding ceremonies at the new East Plaza Garden in the Magic Kingdom, with the Cinderella Castle as a backdrop, USA Today reported. 

Brides can ride in a horse-drawn carriage down Main Street U.S.A. and be introduced to their guests with the sound of trumpets, the newspaper said.  

"Brides will be able to live out a fairy tale dream like no other," Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings marketing director Korri McFann told USA Today.

The East Plaza Garden can accommodate up to 100 people and will be available for ceremonies at 9:30 a.m., McFann told the newspaper.

Disney World has offered wedding services for years, but the only other spot available in the Magic Kingdom was the train station, which is only available early in the morning, before the park opens, according to the newspaper. The park has also offered ceremonies at its wedding pavilion, across the lagoon from the Magic Kingdom. But the East Plaza Garden will provide a much closer view of the castle.

Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings packages begin at $2,500, according to USA Today. Custom services start at $12,000. A customized ceremony and reception for 100 guests in the Magic Kingdom starts at $75,000.