The wedding gown is a sacred dress for all brides-to-be because it is the ultimate garment for that one trip down the aisle. The bridal gown is the sole representation of the memory of that special day. In just one day, gowns easily get dirty and it is virtually impossible to keep it spotless and tightened. And, being a gown we want to keep, restoring it to when it was first tried on is something essential to have done by professionals. At Reward Laundry, we are here to do the job perfectly for all wedding gowns and have them last well beyond the wedding day.
We will keep your wedding dress in good condition for eternity by using 100% Eco-friendly techniques to clean, then wrap the gown with acid-free paper rather than plastic, and then packed up in our specialized large Garment Archival Storage box, with various sizes. (This is recommended for long-tailed gowns; small and medium gowns can fit in separate preservation boxes featuring the same protection.) With humidity and acidity control, we make it all worth your while, we will have free pick-up and delivery of your gown.
Why Do You Need To Restore Your Gown?
The wedding gown should undergo restoration and preservation very soon after the wedding because of oxidation. Thanks to the tropical climate that is 70% to 80% humidity, mildew and mould will come in and affect the wedding gown, so restoration before the worse substances is needed. Plastic usually covers the wedding gown from all liquids and other substances, but a yellowish color finds itself on the gown coming from the plastic. It can be easily permanent if not cleaned and preserved. We, at Reward Laundry, can dry clean it completely and restore it to its former glory for long-time preservation.
What Could You Do With Your Gown?
Possible areas for restoration are: change the lining, sew or replace beads and buttons, dry clean the yellow stains, and fix tearing seams and weak thread These are the easiest things in a restoration. If another service says it will be like new, here’s some honest truth: there are limitations to a restoration. A gown could look like it’s been completely saved, but, we must be honest in saying that a 100% restoration is impossible. Certain fabrics and any vintage beads or buttons are difficult to find and duplicate. You may speak to our in-house tailor today about your expectations with your wedding dress restoration or redesign project. Our professionals will explain what to expect and closely accurate we can restore the wedding gown.