Post # 1
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
This might be a long shot, but I remember a few months ago seeing a few posts from Newly Married Bees that wanted to give away their dress to a Bee that couldn’t afford one of their own.
If you did that how did it work? What did you do? Did it backfire in any way?
I’ve had my dress up for sale since the wedding and am sick of storing it, it’s dry-cleaned, in GREAT shape and I would only ask shipping cost at this point.
I looked into the Brides Against Breast Cancer, it looks like they ask you to ship it, and include $100 for cleaning and transport. I’d rather not lose any money on this…
Post # 3
i haven’t done it, but i remember a few posts like that. i love the idea, and may do the same. it depends on how i feel after my wedding.
i’m subscribing to get info.
Post # 5
congrats on your wedding! I know it is hard to sale a dress I called off my first engagment and tried to sale the 2800 dress witht he tags still on it for 250.00! no one wanted it said they would give me 25.00 since it was being sold not in store!!! I was so upset but I am now using it for my now wedding! How much are you wanting for it? I have seen several posts about cheap dresses
Post # 6
I am considering doing this with mine – just shipping. I was going to save it and make christening gowns for future children, but now that the marriage is over….
I wonder if preownedweddingdresses.com would list it free if the price was zero, shipping only.
Post # 7
@mchitt329: I don’t know if you were able to figure out what to do with your dress yet, but just in case you haven’t.. have gou looked into donating it to a Good Will Store? I’ve donated TONS of clothes there, and I’ve seen some used wedding gowns for sale there on occasion.
I’m not sure how it works with donating gowns, but maybe something to look into? If you’ve got one near you, you can usually do a drop-off and not have to worry shipping.
Good luck! 🙂