The story about the Victorian era and values, stars Victor and Victoria, who are to be married soon in an arranged marriage. Victor Van Dort is the son of a nouveau riche couple who are looking to marry their son into aristocracy. Victoria Everglot is the daughter of the aristocratic Everglot family who are bankrupt and are looking to their daughter's marriage to restore their family fortune. Victor is a shy young man, who is not ready to get married. However, he changes his mind after he meets the lovely Victoria.
Unfortunately, he manages to bumble during the wedding rehearsal and runs away into the forest. While wandering about there, he rehearses his wedding vows and places the wedding ring on pointy branch sticking out of the ground and says, "With this ring, I ask you to be mine". Who was to know that the pointy branch turns out to be the skeletal ring finger of Emily,
the Corpse Bride?
She rises from the ground and says,
From then on, the story takes a wild ride through the highs of Victorian aristocracy and the lows of the world of the Dead. Victor is the unfortunate man
caught between his aristocratic bride-to-be Victoria
Who gets to marry Victor?
From McFarlane Toys in 2005, this Corpse Bride figure stands 7 inches tall. The figure features a long wedding train extension.