Wedding Gown Of The Week: Alfred Angelo

Hold the presses! Did y’all know there’s a wedding gown designer that created an entire wedding gown line inspired by Disney Princesses? Let me introduce you Alfred Angelo.

Alfred Angelo, one of the world’s largest manufacturers and retailers of bridal gowns, was founded in 1933 by Alfred Angelo Piccione in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Soon joined by his wife, fashion designer Edythe Vincent Piccione, together they envisioned the market for affordably-priced wedding attire that would retain a custom-made look.

Today I am showing off this pale green dream. Inspired by my second favorite Disney Princess, Princess Tiana. The first obviously is Ariel. But I won’t be fangirling over my mermaid sister today. Take a look at this gorgeous ball gown:

Reminiscent of big dreams and jazz music, this Disney bridal dress sparkles with the glitter and excitement of Tiana’s New Orleans. The full skirt and train feature a water lily pattern.

  • Style: 246
  • Colors: Lily Pond, Ivory/Metallic, White/Metallic
  • Sizes: 0 to 18, 16W to 26W


  • Tulle, Satin
  • Embroidery with Metallic Accents, Crystal Beading, Rhinestones, Sequins
  • Strapless, Sweetheart Neckline
  • Decorated Bodice with Lace-Up Back
  • Natural Waist with Beaded Trim
  • Full Length, A-Line Ball Gown Silhouette
  • Chapel Train

For more information on this or other Alfred Angelo gowns, visit their website.

One more thing, we are nearing 1,000 followers on Instagram, and we are putting together a big giveaway for the occasion. We are calling it “Nerd & Lace’s Favorite Things Giveaway”. More information to follow. But in the mean time, here is a sneakpeak:

Heads up, the faster we get to 1,000 followers, the faster we could host the giveaway. So, make sure you are following us on Instagram.

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