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Are you ladies planning to use your bridal bouquet for the TTD session too? I'm wondering if the fresh bouquet will be wilted the day after the wedding? If so, should I be getting silk or real touch flowers instead? Thanks!

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after the wedding if you put your flowers into water.....they should be good for the TTD, and other think....put some ice in there too it works like a charm lol Im using my real flowers for our TTD the next day after the wedding

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Thanks for the tip, Canadiangirl!

 

Originally Posted by canadiangirl View Post

after the wedding if you put your flowers into water.....they should be good for the TTD, and other think....put some ice in there too it works like a charm lol Im using my real flowers for our TTD the next day after the wedding



 

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You ARE brave :) I've read that you can wash them in a washer, I've also read that a lot of stores do that! Turns out a lot of dresses are 100% polyester so it's no problem.. I would think though that if there is extensive beading or anything it could be tricky?? What material was your dress?
I need to have mine cleaned before the wedding, bought one off the rack, I wish I could just do it myself! lol
 

Originally Posted by ellenj01 View Post

You are so brave!  Lol!  That is great that it worked!  
 



 



 



Originally Posted by cookiemunchkin View Post

I'm sure I will horrify people by saying this... but I came home, turned my dress inside out, and put it in my washing machine (front load... i wouldn't do this with top load) on the hand-wash cycle... and it looks brand new again.  We did the same with hubby's linen suit, looks good as new.

 

Give it a good rinse in water as soon as you get out of the ocean though.  Dont want to leave all that salt sitting in your clothes. 



 

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oh, you are too funny! i don't have any interest in using a hairdryer, either!  i wonder what the best way to travel w/ it back home is...

if you hear of any ideas, please let me know. i'll keep asking around and do the same.  some crazy thoughts we have...but they are definitely good questions!

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