Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns –
Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection

One of the most important elements of a wedding is the dress. After all, many brides often select the dress before making any other plans. Today we’re sharing some gorgeous vintage inspired wedding gowns – by Alfred Angelo – to inspire your dress shopping. Alfred Angelo has been designing wedding gowns since the 1930s when husband and wife, Alfred Angelo and Edythe, teamed up to start the company. In 2014, Alfred Angelo celebrates its 80th anniversary and the new collection just hit the runway. This collection ties in vintage weddings, celebrating the most stylish trends from decades past. Read on to see a few favorites from the collection…

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns

First, let’s stop by the 1930s, where the trend was lace gowns and dropped waists.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1930s inspiration

In the 1940s, sleek gowns reigned with backs as a focal piece.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1940s inspiration

The 1950s inspired big ball gowns with full skirts, similar to this style below.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1950s inspiration

1960s brides were looking for empire waists and metallic embellishments.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1960s inspiration

The 1970s vintage wedding gowns were all about ruffled tiers and all-over lace.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1970s inspiration

And, last but not least, the 1980s is when the large cathedral trains were in their full glory.

Vintage Inspired Wedding Gowns by the Alfred Angelo 2014 Collection - 1980s inspiration

Alfred Angelo bridal, bridesmaid, flower girl and mothers of the bride and groom dresses are sold in bridal boutiques around the globe. There are also Alfred Angelo retail stores nationwide. Make an appointment with your local bridal consultant today.

Happy Planning!


-E.

This is a sponsored post by Alfred Angelo.

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Blogger, author, wife + mother. I love coffee, DIY, handmade + all things wedding. Check out my books: "The Handcrafted Wedding" (2012) and "The Inspired Wedding" (2014). You can also find me blogging at Emmaline Baby.
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  • Heidi

    Pretty! Absolutely love the first gown and the 1930’s inspiration.

  • shannon dorn

    I think I found my wedding dress and I am not even engaged! lol

    • http://emmalinebride.com/ Emma | Emmaline Bride

      Shannon, that’s great! It never hurts to be prepared. ;) Which one is it?