Congratulations! You’re finally married! I hope you are truly enjoying every moment of newlywed bliss. As you may know Aisle Do, is with you every step of the way, right down to what to do with your wedding gown after the big day. Where to get it cleaned, how you want to preserve it to keep as a keepsake or family heirloom, right down to if you want to donate or sell it. Most brides never really consider what to do with the dress after the big day, and here I am, to help you along each and every step of the way!
LoveYour Dress has been in business for over 25 years serving Toronto and the GTA. Pick- up and delivery services are available! Love Your Dress, promises to remove red wine, ink, ketchup, mustard, lipstick, oil, and just about any other seemingly impossible stain. State of the art techniques for cleaning and making your dress look exactly as it did on wedding day! Allowing you to box sell or donate your dress. I would be more than happy to assist you with the cleaning of your dress allowing you to enjoy your new spouse
Many brides tend to choose to keep their dress as a special keepsake memory of her wedding day, also a wedding dress can be costly so you might want to keep that dress stashed away forever to get your full money’s worth! Many families like to keep a dress in the family so that generations to come can wear the dress again for their wedding day. There are a few different ways to preserve a wedding dress, most commonly the dress is box in a decorative box or museum style box. You can purchase preserving kits wherethey provide you with full instructions to preserve your gown, you ship it, they clean,
You can have your gown sent off to be treated and boxed to be kept as a beautiful keepsake for years to come! An example would be WeddingGownPreservationKit.com which offers gown preservation for only $159.00 which also includes additional services.
You may choose to sell or donate your gown. The Bride Project is a wonderful place to donate your gown. The Bride Project is a volunteer run organization which donates proceeds from the resale of wedding gowns to cancer research. You may drop off your 3 year old or less wedding gown at any location, they also accept shipped dresses. Their organization provides low budget brides with the gown of their dreams.
Perhaps you would like to go with the growing trend “Trash the Dress”which is a great opportunity to take photos that would not have done well for the dress on wedding day. Hire a photographer and go take those pictures of you laying on the beach in the sand wearing your wedding dress! Several brides opt to keep their dress and have it altered and/or dyed to wear again to formal occasions. Who says you can’t wear your wedding dress again?
You may contact also Aisle Do, Weddings and Events to assist with selling your gown on our Wedding Market or to assist with choosing one of the many options there are for what to do with the wedding dress after the wedding! We, at Aisle Do, are with you right until the very end!