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Anyone used Wed Clean??? What to do with dress?!

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#1 Mel&B

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    Posted 28 May 2009 - 04:58 PM

    So... I planned so well for the big day, but I didn't plan so well for what to do with my dress after the big day. My dress is very delicate and it was very $$$$. I don't want to take it to a regular dry cleaner because I think it would be destroyed. There are a few very high end cleaners and preservers out there, but they charge about $500. I found WedClean, Wed Clean - Wedding Dress Cleaning, Gown Preservation, Restoration and I think it would only cost about $150. Has anyone used them? Thoughts I love my dress and I want the best for it, but $500 is a lot of dough.

    Also, married girls, what did you do with your dress? I can probably make around $2,000 if I sell my dress, but it will be hard to part with! What did you do?


    #2 Andi


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      Posted 28 May 2009 - 05:05 PM

      I haven't used wedclean, but I hav been looking into using them as well.

      I am not really sure what I want to do with my dress either. I dont really like the idea of putting it in a box but I dont want to sell it either.

      I am anxious too Mel to hear what kind of responses you get on this thread

      #3 Mel&B

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        Posted 29 May 2009 - 10:50 AM

        I also found another company called Affordable Preservation, Wedding Gown Preservation - Affordable Preservation

        Anyone used Wed Clean or Affordable Preservation?

        #4 BARBARA

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          Posted 24 May 2010 - 01:20 AM

          I agree, I don't think it needs a veil. I love the simplicity of the dress. If you absolutely have to have a veil I'd go for a one tier very sheer cathedral veil. These are the ones that go to the floor. I honestly think it's nicer without.

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