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Wedding Gowns

Special Memories Deserve Special Care
   Few things are as cherished as a wedding gown. With the careful planning that goes into selecting the perfect gown, after the wedding, most brides will choose to preserve their dress as a keepsake. Many brides will preserve their gown with the hope of passing it down to a daughter or a close family friend.

While a gown may only be worn one day, and may not appear soiled, it will require careful cleaning. The gown is bound to be soiled to some degree by perspiration and body oils. Long gowns will pick-up soil along the hemline and train and, very likely, there will be some food or beverage spills. Some stains, which are not immediately visible, will develop with age, through oxidation, quite possibly causing fabric weakness, discoloration or irreversible damage to the gown.

Wedding gown specialists carefully examine every gown, establishing the most suitable method of cleaning. Inspections are made at every stage of the cleaning and preservation process. Each gown receives special handling, with attention given to every detail.

Heirloom Preservation

Our newly designed museum quality storage box uses state of the art technology, assuring moisture control and air tight sealing.
Traditional wedding gown boxes do not protect or guarantee against oxidation or “yellowing” of the gown. However, our advanced system is guaranteed against oxidation completely.

  •     Your dress is hermetically sealed in an acid-free box that controls humidity.
  •     The oxygen is purged, replacing it with an inert gas, virtually making oxidation impossible.
  •     The air-tight seal allows viewing of the gown and veil at any time.
  •     The inner box is placed in a durable long-term storage chest for additional safety.