Fashion designer Elie Saab’s sends $300,000 bridal gown down the catwalk in Paris

If you’re aiming to be the perfect princess (or Bridezilla) on your wedding day, there is no need to look any further, just buy this stand-out dress.

Elie Saab’s $300,000 gold-embroidered bridal gown recently was sent down the catwalk in Paris at Haute Couture Fashion Week and will surely have one percenters saying yes to the dress — aka a 150-pound, haute couture dream. Part of Saab’s most recent collection for spring-summer 2016, the designer found inspiration in India.

While Saab’s wedding gowns usually run about $12,000, for brides that truly want to stand out from the pack, Saab has created something a bit more special — $288,000 more special to be exact.

As Refinery 29 points out, this doesn’t seem like such a stretch for the designer known for dressing actual princesses (see: Princess Claire of Luxembourg and Belgian Countess Stephanie de Lannoy.)

We hope the bride decked out in this plans to live in it, considering, as Elle UK points out,  it is worth more than most homes.