Tiana's Royal Wedding (Something Old, Something New) in the anthology book Disney Princess: Forever After, is a short story for the Princess and the Frog franchise.

The anthology book Disney Princess: Forever After included this story alongside that of Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Belle's royal weddings.


Centered around Tiana and Naveen's wedding, the entire town of New Orleans was prepared to the celebrate the happy royal couple's lovingly, romantic mingling as beloved wife and husband. The King and Queen of Maldonia arrived on a ship and bestowed upon Tiana a few royal servants, who would prepare the festivities for her, much to Tiana's dismay. However, in secrecy so not to upset Naveen's parents, Tiana, Eudora, and Charlotte (who was given the role of the maid of honor) began preparing the wedding ceremony themselves, and the next day, the princess-to-be finally revealed her true feelings to her royal visitors, telling them she appreciates the help but would rather prepare things personally. The Queen of Maldonia visited Tiana afterward, and instead of being upset like the girl feared, she decided to bestow a gift for the wedding; the crown she wore the day she married the King.

The night before the big day, Tiana gazed into the stars in loving memory of her father, and the next morning, things were begun and was a dream come true for both Tiana and her prince.



  • The anthology book¬†Disney Princess: Forever After¬†included this story alongside that of¬†Rapunzel,¬†Cinderella, and¬†Belle's royal weddings.
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