The vows have been exchanged, the cake has been cut and the guests danced until their feet were sore. There's nothing left to do but go on the honeymoon and start a lifetime of wedded bliss.
But wait! The wedding experience isn't over until you take care of your wedding gown preservation details.
When Should Gown Preservation Begin?
Too often, I work with brides who waited until months or years after the wedding is over to think about wedding gown cleaning and preservation. By this time, it may be too late to preserve a gown for decades of memories. Stains will have set and the gown could have suffered further damage depending on how you stored it. As you make your wedding plans, prepare for wedding gown preservation by following these simple guidelines.
Step 1 - Plan Where To Remove Your Gown
Step 2 - Arrange For Someone To Take It To Your Wedding Gown Specialsit
Step 3 - Share Special Instructions For Gown Care
The wedding ceremony may be over but the experience isn't complete until the last dish is washed, the last gift is opened and you have secured your wedding gown preservation.
Once you've taken care of these details, it's time to focus on marriage preservation. You're on your own for that one.
Protect Your Wedding Dress BeforeYour Wedding With Our Gown Protection Plan.Champion Wedding Gown SpecialistBirmingham, Alabama
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