Your Wedding Gown will likely be the most expensive piece of clothing you ever own; even if it does not cost the most, it will definitely be the most valuable for obvious sentimental reasons. It could be a family heirloom that you inherited from your grandmother or a new dress that you plan to pass down to your granddaughter one day. In any case, you will want to preserve your Wedding Gown as a lasting reminder of the day you walked down the aisle. After going through all the trouble of finding the perfect dress and earning the money to buy it, you should take the necessary steps to properly preserve it. After all, it holds so many memories and possesses so much magical history,Vanila Wedding Shop Dubai.
How exactly does one Preserve A Wedding Gown? Most garments can just be placed on a hangar or folded up and put in a box for storage, but it is important to take some extra precaution when dealing with a wedding dress. Moths, mildew, wrinkles, and other forms of unexpected damage can all be prevented with proper care and storage. Expert preservationists suggest a thorough cleaning as soon as possible following your wedding. The longer a stain is allowed to set into the gown, the lower the chances of removing the stain completely. Body oils, white wine, and other stains may be undetectable at first, but will alter the color of the dress over time. You should wait no more than a month or two before having your gown cleaned. Most gowns either require a gentle hand washing or dry cleaning. Check with the manufacturer if you are unsure. It is also a good idea to ask your local dry cleaning service for advice or consult a professional gown preservationist.
After a thorough cleaning, you will want to carefully store your dress, which is also something that you may want to hire professional to do for you. If you plan to package it yourself, you will want to stuff the garment with acid-free tissue. This will prevent permanent creases and wrinkles from forming during prolonged periods of storage. Any shoulder pads, perspiration shields, or other foam structures should be removed from the Wedding Gown prior to storage. The foam material will break down over time and can ruin the surrounding fabric. The chemicals found in moth balls can also negatively affect the integrity of your dress and should be avoided. Wrap the gown in muslin and place it in a safe and sturdy box, but nothing airtight; you want your dress to “breathe” and have proper air circulation.
It is never a good idea to store your dress in a hot attic or a damp basement as the elements will wreak havoc on the fabric. Keep it in a clean, well-ventilated area and stay on top of your pest control! You don’t want any rodents feasting on your gown. Do not be afraid to unpack your dress every few years or so to inspect it, checking for deterioration of any kind. You can also take this time to relive the memory of wearing the gown on your special day and to think about the future when you will have a daughter, niece or granddaughter that will ask you about your wedding dress and possibly even ask to wear it on their big day!