What do you do with a Wedding Dress after the Wedding? Are there any uses?
My wedding dress is still hanging in the closet but I often think of donating it. There's a bridal place in Portland, OR where wedding dresses are donated and given to deserving women. I always thought that was cool!
I know someone is planning to use her wedding dress to make a christening dress for her future baby.
You could make some Curtains with it.Well it's an Idea if you can't sell it
I know a few of my mothers friends who still have their wedding dresses hanging in their closets (gathering dust). They haven't worn them since their big day.
If you have not bought your dress yet you could always think about a 2 piece wedding outfit (a corset top and separate skirt). This way you can always wear either one by themselves again after the wedding. It would be quite nice to for example the corset top again and think back to memories of your wedding!
After my wedding I am thinking about helping out someone who can't afford a dress and gifting them mine. It is a tough question as so much there is a big emotional attachement to it.
Wedding dress is an important part of life. Because it includes the most beautiful moments of our life we ever gone through. So many people wants to keep it as it is as a memory.
This is very good, but If you donate your wedding dress to someone who can't afford to buy would be so wise of you.
This time you have made it is possible for some one to make a unforgettable wedding important memories of her life.
Making a bed spread or cushions with the fabric will add a touch of class to a room. You could make a nice lampshade, too, (these look great in a large room).
by BeautifuBridesNow 10 years ago
I went to my friend's wedding the other day and I honestly was flabbergasted for the entire event. She had on one of the ugliest dresses I have ever seen. I couldnt believe that her relatives and friends allowed her to buy that hideous gown. I couldnt believe that such a gown actually existed. So...
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by jaydawg808 7 years ago
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by sanseedseo 7 years ago
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by sarahsherlock 7 years ago
Hi, I got married a few weeks ago and have just heard that my dress is ready to be collected from the dry cleaners. It's a beautiful dress that I loved wearing but I am now daunted by the prospect of having to store it. It's so lovely that it seems a shame to keep it in a box under the bed. Some of...
by weeding-dress 7 years ago
Just one question for your...what's a "weeding-dress?" Is that something you garden with?
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