Must I remind you that it ends up with them both dead? Also, Romeo and Juliet was a story of lust, of two horny teenagers wanting to bone one another, and they decided marriage was the best way to do that, because sex before marriage was a sin back then.
Jelsa is not a modern Romeo and Juliet….
Headcanon where Elsa spotted a boy from her castle windows, a boy with white hair who could fly. She saw him every winter, but he seemed to see her (nor did anybody, for that matter). The summer—or winter—of her coronation caught his attention. This freeze wasn’t on schedule, nor by his command. This is what led him to the North Mountain, where he found a girl building monuments out of ice. He was startled when she noticed him, when she saw him. She believed in Jack Frost, in the white haired boy that flew outside her window—and Jack believed in the goodness of Elsa and her powers, and the beauty and love she radiated. It didn’t take long to fall. They existed to each and for each other, if only for the winter.
"Let it go, let it go. The cold never bothered me anyway."
-Elsa, Let It Go, Frozen
A kingdom of isolation and it looks like I’m the queen.
Will you be my snowflake and fall for me?
Only if you’ll be my guardian and catch me.
You have to admit it. They look so cute together. :D