Why is it Important to Preserve Your Wedding Gown?
The wedding gown is a solid memory of that special day when you and your loved one eternally sealed the deal. Decades later, when you look at that wedding dress, and it is exactly the way it looked thirty or forty years prior, pure nostalgia will take you back to that beautiful day. Preserving your wedding gown will protect it from oxidation, yellowing, mould, and insects. You don’t want that yellowing from age or those ghastly spots from natural oxidation tampering with such a special memory!
A wedding dress should be preserved as soon as possible, otherwise it may fall victim to oxidation. The tropical climate in Singapore, with an average of 70%-80% humidity, will surely induce one of a wedding gown’s biggest enemies: mildew and mould.
As many celebrate exceptionally on their special day, it is nearly impossible to keep a wedding gown clean. Even if the gown appears clean, there are stains from sweat or were water that will oxidise over time, and leave permanent staining, ultimately ruining your dress.
A wedding gown is always wrapped up in a plastic bag, providing assumptions that the plastic bag is protecting the gown. Well, yes, it is, from liquids and other various messes, but the actual plastic that which protects your precious gown also causes a permanent yellow over your entire gown if it is not cleaned and preserved. There are many wedding gown preservation services in Singapore, but none of them match the true masters of preserving wedding gowns: Reward Laundry. We got it all.