Wedding Preparation: After The Big Day
July 11, 2013
Once a bride and groom have spent months planning their wedding, walked down the aisle, and said their “I dos,” they can relax, right?
Not so fast!
There’s still an important step left to help preserve the oh-so-special day: packaging the bride’s wedding gown.
After all, what woman wants to pull out her wedding gown to show her daughter years down the line, only to find a destroyed gown? THE HORROR!
To properly package a wedding dress, a bride must have it cleaned, and then carefully fold it and stow it away in a box, surrounded by layers of acid-free tissue paper. It should be stored in a dark place to keep light from damaging the fabric.
And for a more *extreme* version of wedding dress packaging, check out this Christian Lacroix gown — which we featured on our Pinterest page — pictured here to the right. This breathtaking gown travels upright in a cloth case, with each intricate layer of the elaborate gown resting on a bed of tissue. Pretty amazing, isn’t it!?!
For more great tips on wedding packaging, be sure to check out the other two blog posts in our series!
And to connect with a great packaging partner that focuses on all the intricacies of packaging — from wedding packaging to panda packaging to Valentine’s Day packaging and more — contact Ernest Packaging Solutions today!
Cover image by Flickr user tienvijftien.