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Originally Posted by michelle08 View Post
Hmmm....again it seems hard to think that someone would steal your wedding dress from the closet...BUT in todays world anything is possible! :)

Maybe if you do put it in the closet you sit in the front so that you can get to it before any one else!!!! :)
talk about a bridezilla!!! let me catch that person! smile105.gif

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I am going to have to have my dress steamed by the resort once we rrive anyway ... so I guess it's not such a big deal if it has to go in an overhead bin. But, I've only heard good things from other former bride friends who say they were treated like Queens and moved to First Class (space available, etc. We are likely flying US Airways out of Charlotte (I'd rather drive an hour for a non-stop flight than risk having ANY luggage get lost) ... since we are bringing so much with us (flowers, centerpieces, OOT bags, etc).

 

Thanks for this thread!!!

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Originally Posted by foxytv View Post
I am going to have to have my dress steamed by the resort once we rrive anyway ... so I guess it's not such a big deal if it has to go in an overhead bin. But, I've only heard good things from other former bride friends who say they were treated like Queens and moved to First Class (space available, etc. We are likely flying US Airways out of Charlotte (I'd rather drive an hour for a non-stop flight than risk having ANY luggage get lost) ... since we are bringing so much with us (flowers, centerpieces, OOT bags, etc).

Thanks for this thread!!!
I hope that's the case!!!

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Lose the dress when it's in the closet? Is it like a magic trick? Perhaps there is a secret hatch which will drop the dress from 5,000 miles in the air. "It's raining brides, halleluiah, it's raining brides."

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Originally Posted by Tlseege View Post
Lose the dress when it's in the closet? Is it like a magic trick? Perhaps there is a secret hatch which will drop the dress from 5,000 miles in the air. "It's raining brides, halleluiah, it's raining brides."
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yeah!!! I think she meant like, other people took your items instead of hers... who knows... Maybe the airline did secretly pay her!!!

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I've never heard of anyone ever buying an extra ticket just for their dress. That is beyond excessive! She definitely had to be getting commission from the airline companies! lol...

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Originally Posted by gkashmira View Post
I walked right onto an American Airlines flight with no problem at all. I called ahead of time and they told me just to carry it on and ask to hang it in the front coat closet.

In fact by doing this we also brought it to the stewardess' attention and later they moved us to first class... I swear I'm carrying a large white garment bag whenever I travel - even if it's empty! wink.gif
Good to hear as we're flying America as well. Phew!

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Alaska Airlines was the best! They put my dress in the empty first class closet, announced us to the whole plane, gave us free champagne, and went around and got advice from married couples then announced it on the PA.....it was above what we expected for sure!!

If you call they'll say it's on a space available basis, but if the closets are full you can still carry it on, you'll just have to lay it flat in the overhead which isn't a big problem.
This makes me feel better. I think we are going through Alaska.

Thanks for all the feedback girls. I just want to know what to expect!

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