I wrote an article about this for a client, but basically you can keep it, sell it, donate it, repurpose it, wear it again or destroy it. While I don't advocate the latter, events called "Rock the Frock" or "Trash the Dress" are very popular these days.
(1) Make it a family heirloom. Keep it for your daughter, her daughter and so on to wear.
(2) Dress up in it on your anniversary every year.
(3) Take it apart as necessary to use portions of it for baby clothing or household one-of-a-kind items (pillows, throws, etc.)
I think you should keep it to memorize of that special day and wear it on your anniversary that you can do best with your wedding dress.
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