Bridal Gown’s parentage can be traced back to line-bred Charlie’s White seedlings. It first bloomed in 1957 and is a double lactiflora peony. This cute and clean white bomb-shaped flower is compact and short, making it ideal for home gardens. It does not produce stamens or pollen but does develop seeds. Bridal Gown has a pleasant fragrance and exhibits good substance and stem strength. Its foliage is exceptional, and it reaches a height of 30 inches, blooming in midseason. With four buds per stem, it showcases the breeding efforts that have gone into developing fully doubled flower forms in modern early hybrids. A plant patent application has been filed, and it is assigned the seedling number 90G.