It's that iconic, cherished and American tradition of the classic June wedding. The romance, the traditions, the planning, the gown, the flowers... and that's just the beginning! Madame Alexander certainly knew how to translate this into her dolls. As in real life, Madame played with bridal themes and produced bride dolls just a little over the top. This featured dolledition 1958 Elise Bride No. 1750 is s shadow to her big sister Cissy, and again for Cissette, all in the same bridal wreath ensemble. An extravaganza of soft white tulle embroidered in a bridal wreath design, it's all about being the American Princess for a day. Her long veil is attached to a coronet of beautiful flowers with a matching bridal bouquet, all adding to both an etherial and romantic presentation of Madame Alexander at her best - dolls to remember and cherish for generations. Not shown, but included, is the brides garter - all part of this romantic tradition.