(INSIDE EDITION) - The enchantment of motherhood was on full display as these pregnant women struck their best Disney poses in a magical photo shoot.
The five moms-to-be were captured in the stunning maternity shoot dressed as Disney princesses Belle, Jasmine, Tiana, Snow White and Cinderella -- at a castle, no less.
The new Beauty and the Beast film inspired husband-and-wife photography team, Victor and Marie Luna, to take five of their clients to Newman's Castle in Bellville, Texas.
And while the mothers look incredibly poised, one revealed to InsideEdition.com that she was actually experiencing contractions at the time.
Ilsa Garza, who portrayed Belle, was so thrilled to live out her childhood dream of being a Disney princess that even the contractions -- which started two days earlier -- wouldn't stop her from participating.
"It was just beautiful out there. The whole experience was amazing," she said. "The drive up there was just a challenge because I would feel a contraction and be like, "Please God, don't let my water break while we're driving out there!'"
Thankfully, her baby stayed put and, three days after the shoot, Garza and her husband Rodolfo welcomed a daughter, Priscilla, who weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces.
Garza said she loved working with the other moms on the photo shoot.
"We went out to the castle and we were all talking and just having a good time," she said. "We asked about the babies and how far along they were."
After coming up with the idea for the princess-themed shoot, the photographers reached out to previous clients they thought best resembled the characters.
The gowns were provided by another business, Sew Trendy Accessories, without whom the photographers couldn't have done the shoot.
"When we got a hold of the girls, we were hoping they would say yes," Luna said. "It was only three weeks prior that we gave them a call and they were so excited. They didn't expect that to be the idea."
The couple's next idea will no doubt be just as popular: A second photo shoot featuring the women and their newborn babies -- in Disney costumes, of course.