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What to do with the Wedding Dress

Apr 24th 2015 at 12:34 AM

The process of choosing on what to do with your dress after the wedding is similar to how you picked it up before the wedding takes place. Some brides even vacuum seal their dress because the sentimental value and attachment they have developed in that short period of time of being together is just understandable. Although the bad side of this is that for those brides who just seal their wedding dresses and put it in a dark corner of their closet is that those gowns will even be forgotten. Still, it is understandable, but yet you know you can give your gown the life it always wanted.
You can sell your wedding dress to another bride on eBay or some internet sites that will let you sell your dress. In the process of selling your gown, you may even feel sentimental pangs while packing it up. Again, this is also understandable. Imagine yourself, selecting your wedding dress and continuously searching for the right wedding dress, then once you have found it, you fell in love with it. Your friends fell in love with it and enjoyed a great wedding celebration with you. The value of that dress is immensely deep. If you could only wear that dress every day even at work, you will!
But as all parties and celebration has its ending, your wedding dress too. Selling your dress especially if you love it that much is another great reason why you should sell it. Having another bride feel how you felt as you wore that lovely wedding dress together with your custom bridal jewelry set is just a great reason to let another bride use it.
Although reasons vary for every bride and there are really a lot of considerations for most to make their decision regarding their gown. If you are still unsure on what to do with it, here are some cool ideas that you can think about.
You can change your dress. You can dye your wedding dress to a different color so that you can still use it in some other functions, although this does not apply to all wedding dresses. see more here

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