About elleNelle


    elleNelle Bridal is Nashville’s premier custom bridal and formal wear boutique.


    elleNelle Bridal caters to the modern high fashion bride who creates her own rules. Our design aesthetic is contemporary, clean, and sleek. However, we are very flexible in our designing abilities and we can create a beautiful design for our more traditional brides.  You make the rules, we make the dress! Our goal is to always go above and beyond to make our brides feel beautiful and stunning on their big day!

    We cater to brides of all shapes and sizes: petite, plus size, curvaceous, tall, you name it!  If you're not local, no problem! We work with brides all over the US and internationally. 




    We start with a consultation. Based on the wants and needs of the client sketches are created, then a design is chosen. Measurements are then taken, and fabrics are carefully selected. Fittings are conducted for the best fit, and a beautiful quality gown is born!. 



    -Bridal gowns

    -Bridesmaid’s gowns 

    -Special occasion/ evening gowns (including prom and pageant gowns)

    Owner an designer of elleNelle Bridal. She's a couture designer and dressmaker of eveningwear and bridal. That includes prom dresses, evening gowns, wedding dresses, and bridesmaid dresses.

    Leah Nicole Langley-McClean is a Chicago native. Since she was young, Leah has always been very passionate about designing women’s apparel. Despite Leah’s passion for fashion, she moved to Nashville to study accounting at Tennessee State University. Leah practiced accounting for over 10 years. During this time she also continued to perfect her sewing and designing skills; creating a women’s line and doing numerous fashion shows. Although Leah has taken a much different path she has still found a way to become an exceptional fashion designer here in Nashville


    Leah transitioned into bridal in 2015 while she planned for her very own wedding. 

    She is truly testament to why brides should consider custom gowns. She struggled with the decision to make her own gown or buy off the rack. She experienced dresses not fitting well, a very limited selection for her size, pushy and just down right bad customer service, and the constant reminder that due to her shape she would have to spend a pretty penny on alterations. Beyond all of this each dress that she did try on was always missing something. With that being said, it was obvious what she needed to do, so she designed and sewed a one of a kind couture gown for herself. 


    Since Leah’s wedding, she’s found herself wanting to stay in the bridal business. It’s one of the biggest days in a person’s life and she wants to be apart of it. She is prepared and honored to take on the responsibility of helping her brides look their absolute best on such a big and special day.