How Much Does Wedding Dress Preservation Cost?

Wedding dress preservation is the process of packaging a wedding dress in such a way that it will not discolor, deteriorate, or become damaged in any way.  Instead of just throwing the wedding dress in the closet after a wedding day and have it collect dust, many brides want to get their dress preserved to protect it in the long run.  The process of wedding dress preservation needs to be done as soon as possible after wedding to ensure that is stays in the best condition possible.  Since most brides keep their dress as a keepsake, preservation is a great low-cost way to keep your memory alive for years to come.  Dress preservation can also allow a mother to save her wedding dress for the future wedding of a daughter.  The cost of preserving a dress will depend on a few factors such as the company performing the preservation and  the type of dress.

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Average Reported Cost: $149

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  1. Katie (Binghamton,  New York) paid $149 and said:

    I used Wedding Gown Preservation Kit, which is a national service you send your gown to. They gave me 3 additional items (I only did 2 others, my veil and heels) included with the kit and there’s a full cleaning. It took 4 weeks from my door step to their business and back to me. The best part was the included insurance as that made me a bit nervous. I was very happy and the price was much less than the quote I got at our local dry cleaners.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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