100 Year Certificate of Guarantee
Wedding Dress Preservation Includes Gown Cleaning, Preservation and Shipping
Gown Preservation is completed and delivered to your home within 2-10 weeks
Trusted since 1913
Price includes Gown and three extra items (veil, gloves, garter etc.)
Comes in dress preservation chest
Pricing starts at $235.00 plus tax. However if you preserve your bouquet I give a discount!!
No. Professional and thorough cleaning is included.
Several different processes are used. Each gown is evaluated before cleaning and the best process for your particular gown is used. All of the processes are safe, gentle and done by hand. Please note: we do remove shoulder pads and bust forms, as leaving them in the gown could cause damage over time.
We are able to remove at least 95% of all stains. Those such as tar, blood, grass stains, mud, grease and food are the most common, and of course, any sugar stains such as cake icing, wine or other types of beverages.
You are able to see your gown and veil through the display window. Other items are positioned near the bottom of the window, where possible, or underneath the gown.
Your guarantee will not be voided, however, you should take care to reseal the chest with the resealing materials provided. We have also enclosed gloves with which to handle the gown. If your gown is handled excessively or soiled, it should be cleaned and preserved again.
You may also send items such as your veil, headpiece, gloves, garter, moneybag, handkerchief, slip, flower girl gown, etc. (Additional fees may apply)
Our highly trained staff can handle most repairs for a nominal fee. Ask your dealer for additional information.
Talk with your dealer and make arrangements. Options are available for dresses with higher declared values.
Yes! We provide a 100 year guarantee against caramelized sugar stains or yellowing. If at any time your gown is found yellowing or having caramelized stains we will reprocess the gown at no additional cost. If the reprocessing is found unsuccessful we will refund the preservation cost. REMEMBER: NEVER store your gown in the attic or basement.