It's only one day. but the memories last a lifetime. Make it the Veribest!
We know the time and energy that goes into choosing that perfect wedding gown. Let us give your dress the final touch by professionally steaming and hand-finishing your gown to perfection. We can also remove any small make-up stains or spot clean your gown if necessary. We will then carefully package your dress with a bust form and tissue to maintain its body and drape. It is then placed in a protective poly bag to prevent soiling while in transit. Our service is typically less expensive than what a bridal shop will charge and we are much better equipped to handle your precious gown.
Bridal Gown Cleaning and Preservation
After the beautiful day is over, you're usually off on your honeymoon trip. That gorgeous gown is usually left bunched up in a corner, placed under a bed, or in a closet. It's not until some time later that thoughts of cleaning and preserving your expensive wedding gown reach the top of your "things to do" list.
Since many stains, especially alcohol and sugar, tend to "set" in fabric over time, it is a good idea to make sure that your gown is brought in to us for proper treatment as soon as possible. Cleaning and preserving your bridal gown as soon as possible ensures that your gown remains in the best condition possible. Ideally, your dress should be cleaned and preserved within days or weeks of your wedding.
Our Detailed Process
Cleaning and preserving gown is a job we take very seriously. Most brides want to preserve memories with pictures, videos, and a preserved wedding gown in a beautiful preservation chest.
The task of preserving a wedding gown is multi-faceted. It involves:
- Thorough inspection of all areas of the gown
- Proper testing of all beading , trim , and embellishments
- Selection of detergents and solvents needed to carefully remove all stains
- Gentle cycle cleaning
- Careful re-inspection of all trim and soiled areas
- Meticulous pressing and stuffing with acid-free tissue to ensure no fading over time
- Sewing of any loose beads or buttons or trim
- Careful placement in an acid-free box to ensure safe storage over the years