Angel Rivera Bridal Gowns

Today’s post is all about the gown. I had the recent honor to meet the owner and designer of Angel Rivera Bridal gowns. We love the Angel Rivera line and are so pleased to now have them on our pros to refer.

One of the things I look for in a gown designer that JWE will refer is who is making the gown, and will our clients have a good experience finding that gown. With Angel Rivera, your always going to work with the owner, himself, so much like JWE, Angel is a small boutique business focused on the affluent client.

Born Angel Rocky Rivera to Spanish parents Madeline and  Angel Sr., Angel Rivera was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, and moved to Ohio at the age of two.  As a child, Angel had an innate desire to create beautiful things.  He was obsessed with fashion, and when he was old enough, he began to dress and accessorize his sisters for all kinds of occasions.  But it was bridal that really caught his attention.  “A wedding dress is the most important garment a woman will ever wear, and one that she will always remember and treasure,” says Angel. After receiving his degree in Fashion Studies at Youngstown State University, Angel moved to New York in pursuit of a career in fashion. 

Since then, Angel has worked with industry’s top fashion houses, including Amsale, Kenneth Pool, Christos, Kirstie Kelly, and the world famous Kleinfeld.  He also continued his studies in pattern making at the prestigious Parsons School of Design. Through his studies at Parsons and his experience with brides-to-be at Kleinfeld, Angel acquired a keen eye for fit and proportion.  Angel combines luxurious silks with couture construction to create ultra-feminine pieces layered with nostalgia, charm and luxury; a distinctive look for which the designer has become known.

Some of our favorite gowns are below and we encourage you to check this amazing gown designer out!

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