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|Style: ||Ball Gown|
|Season: ||Spring 2011|
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Mori Lee Bridal Gown 1615:
Look absolutely beautiful in Mori Lee wedding dresses designed by Madeline Gardner. This season's new collection features bridal gowns with couture-inspired details at affordable prices.
This Mori Lee bridal gown, style 1615, is an Organza and Tulle ball gown silhouette with unique floral appliques. The wrapped bodice, ribbon waist and flower detail make this style ultra feminine.
Features of this Mori Lee bridal gown include:
- Strapless neckline
- Organza and Tulle
- Flower detail
- Ball gown silhouette
- Wrapped bodice
- Zipper back closure
These gorgeous bridal gowns designed by Madeline Gardner are the perfect choice for your special day! Shop our extensive collection of stunning designer wedding dresses at Wedding Shoppe Inc. today!
**This product is available to US Residents only
Style: Ball Gown
Season: Spring 2011
About Madeline Gardner
Madeline Gardner is the talented head designer behind the beautiful, affordable bridal gowns offered by Mori Lee, and has been with Mori Lee for more than 17 years.
Madeline Gardner grew up in New Jersey, where, even as a girl, she would hem and design her own clothing, using the sewing machine that her father gave to her for her 12th birthday. This sewing machine turned out to be the best gift Madeline could have ever asked for, and her passion for fashion led her to attend The Fashion Institute of New York City. By the time Madeline was 19 years old, she was already working in design, and soon after her graduation, her dreams of becoming a full-fledged designer started to become reality.
Today, Madeline continues to grow in her vast knowledge of design, as well as the bridal industry as a whole.
The following is a cute little story, in which Madeline Gardner gives us a glimpse into her personal life, and explains why she "does what she does":
My son said to me one day: "Mommy, what do you do?"
I said, "I make wedding dresses."
He said, "So why do you do that?"
And I said, "Because I love doing it, and I love making girls look pretty and feel good."
And he goes, "Okay. (Laughter)"
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