There were castles, gigantic bouquets, and a magnificent sweeping train at this ultra-lavish bash.

When your gown is so tremendous it can be held by upwards of 20 people on the dance floor, you know you’ve got something extra-special.

That’s exactly what Uzbekistani bride Ganya Usmanova discovered at her recent nuptials, when she tied the knot with tennis star Vazha Uzakov.

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The happy couple, who enjoyed a grand reception at the Uzekspocentre Exhibition Centre in Tashkent, put on a rather plush affair, with the bill reportedly footed by the bride’s uncle Alisher Usmanov, a billionaire and part-owner of London football club Arsenal.

So what exactly do you wear to a bash where there’s a colossal Disney-style castle built inside the venue?

 

Usmanova, a 24-year-old designer and self-titled influencer, looked to Rami Kadi for a gown that’d match the grandeur of the occasion.

And the Lebanese-American designer delivered, creating a crystal-studded number with a fitted off-shoulder bodice and prodigious embellished train.

The latter was so stupendous that guests surrounded the bride and her skirt on the dance floor (scroll through the below Instagram post for a clip).

The newlywed gave a shout-out to Kadi following the wedding, revealing she “couldn’t have wished for a better dress”.

“Thank you for making me feel like princess, you made my dream come true,” Usmanova posted on Instagram.

Kadi himself travelled to Uzbekistan for the occasion, and posed with the bride wearing his creation.

With My Beautiful Bride In Uzbekistan 🇺🇿 Congratulations @ganyausman 💖 #RamiKadi #GanyaUsman #VahjaGanya

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“With my beautiful bride,” the ESMOD-trained designer wrote.

The opulent reception also featured swathes of white roses, thousands of twinkling lights, and a floor covered in images of diamonds.

Usmanova changed into two other wedding dresses during the celebration, according to reports, though it’s not known if those were also by Kadi.

 
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Images: Rami Kadi/Instagram, Ganya Usmanova/Instagram