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Welcome to Weddingpea.ch, a growing resource focused on the 1994-1997 Japanese multimedia franchise, Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach. Here you will find English language information on the series, as well as a variety of rare images and music for your enjoyment. Please look around and have a wonderful stay. We currently have 355 quality, original Wedding Peach scans for your enjoyment with more to come! All 10 regular series CD singles and CD albums are available to listen to as well. More multimedia is on its way, stay tuned!

Wedding Peach was released in four limited box sets during 2000-2001, and later on as individual DVDs in 2006. I own all four and will gradually add their content here as time allows.

All DVD box images here were scanned for sharing by Weddingpea.ch, please link back here if you enjoy using them. Kindly don’t repost these scans in ad-supported galleries.

Wedding Peach DVD Box 2 (Hinagiku)

The 2nd DVD box released for the series came out in November of 2000 and features Hinagiku/Daisy on the packaging. This box contains individual volumes 6-10, which cover TV episodes 18-34. There is also a slim booklet featuring a new Tadano Kazuko illustration of Hinagiku on the cover and episode/staff information for each episode in the box set.

Wedding Peach DVD Box 4 (Salvia)

The 4th and final box set released in 2001 features Salvia on the packaging and contains the Wedding Peach DX OVA along with the FURIL performances originally released on LD; the Winter Dream Rave, Wedding Peach Festival, and Summer Carnival ’96 concerts. The box set comes with a slim booklet featuring a new Tadano Kazuko illustration on the cover (seen as outlines on the box itself) and replicated copies of the 4 newsletters originally bundled with the DX LaserDisc releases.

 

Wedding Peach DX Individual DVD

Released in August 2006, this volume collects the four Wedding Peach DX OVA episodes together in one volume. The cover artwork by character designer, Ichiishi Sayuri, was originally used on the third DX LaserDisc. My awesome friend Kiel has kindly shared the below from his collection.