To keep your heirloom wedding gown in the family for generations to come, you need to have your gown professionally preserved as soon as possible after your wedding. As time passes, permanent stains and damage will occur due to body oils, perfumes, dirt and spills. A professional wedding gown preservation service knows how to properly clean and preserve your gown. Gown preservation services often cost $199 to over $300. BestBridalPrices.com's gown preservation kits are only $149!
We are pleased to offer the superior gown preservation services of Wedding Gown Preservation Company. Wedding Gown Preservation Company has specialized in the care, cleaning, restoration and preservation of precious wedding gowns since 1913 and are the recognized leaders in wedding gown preservation. For more information on Wedding Gown Preservation Company, you can visit their web site at: www.gownpreservation.com.
The Preservation Process
The experts at Wedding Gown Preservation Company then shape the gown, positioning it on a full bust form and fill the sleeves. Your gown is then wrapped in acid-free tissue and fitted carefully into a preservation chest with an acid-free display window. The preservation chest is then enclosed in a 700 lb-test shipping carton.
Finally, your gown is shipped back to you pre-paid anywhere in the United States by UPS or RPS professionals. You receive the gown within ten to fifteen working days from when Wedding Gown Preservation Company receives it. (Please Note: Repairs and other additional services may require additional processing time.) When you receive your preserved gown, store your gown in a cool, dry area. Never store your gown in an attic or basement!
Wedding Gown Preservation Company offers an excellent guarantee. Wedding Gown Preservation Company gives you 100% guarantee for 20 years against caramelized sugar stains or yellowing of the gown. If at any time the gown is found to have yellowed or has caramelized stains, Wedding Gown Preservation Company will restore the gown at no extra charge to the customer. If processing is unsuccessful, Wedding Gown Preservation Company will refund the preservation cost.
Wedding Gown Preservation Company does not vacuum seal the gown and they do not use special preservation gas. They've been in business since 1913 and their research shows that vacuum seals and gas can actually cause damage to the delicate fabrics used in wedding gowns! A vacuum sealed box does not allow the fabric to breathe properly. Some gases can actually cause invisible stains to appear after a period of time.
Wedding Gown Preservation Company Frequently Asked Questions
What exactly is the process used to clean the gown?
What stains are removed?
What can be seen through the display window?
Can I have my veil and or other accessories cleaned, but not placed with my gown?
What else can I send along with my gown?
What kinds of repairs are done to the gown?
Can I reseal the box myself if it was opened inadvertently but the gown was not handled?
If I need to open up the preservation chest in the future, will that jeopardize or void the lifetime guarantee provided by Wedding Gown Preservation Company?
If I want additional insurance, what do I need to do?
How can I be sure you've received my own for preservation?
What do I write in as the Reference # in the section on the ARS label above
the Wedding Gown Preservation Company address and in the section at the bottom of the tag?
Where should I direct any questions or concerns?
Is My Gown Guaranteed?
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***Remember: NEVER store your gown in an attic or basement.***