(Closed) Wedding Dress Preservatition

posted 8 years ago in Philadelphia
Post # 3
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126 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’ve done the online shipping one: http://www.gownpreservation.com/.

I looked on their website for local vendors where I could buy the kit, took my gown to one of the local wedding shops, and they packaged and shipped it off for me.

It took the company awhile (~10 weeks), but they did a great job with my dress and I was really pleased. The downside of it was the cost ~$220. This is a non-negociable flat-rate fee that they charge irrespective of how dirty/clean, simple/complicated your gown is.

 

 

Post # 5
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126 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

No problem :o) Good luck and congrats on your marriage!  

Post # 6
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91 posts
Worker bee

Wedding dress preservation services can be so expensive.  Honestly the thought of sending a dress “somewhere” to have it preserved is kind of scary to me.  That being said, we took my daughter’s to the cleaners, had it cleaned and then stored it in this http://www.mybigfatbeautifulwedding.com/Wedding-Dress-Preservation-Bag-p/wgpb.htm The total cost with the bag was $159 that includes the cleaning.  Hope this helps.  From what I understand, Museums store their fabric/clothing in muslin.  My great aunt (a seamstress) told me something about this years ago.

Post # 7
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294 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I just bought the kit from David’s Bridal the day I bought my dress. $99, I think? And I think it was marked down to $89, even?  I just shove the dress in a box, mail it off to them (prepaid) and get it back all preserved and whatnot. Shrug. Wasn’t sure what else to do with it, ha!

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