You can trash it while having a photo shoot, you can turn it into a gown for your little ones, restyle it into a cocktail dress or you can auction and donate the cash to a charity organisation.
After months of poring into several bridal magazines and walking into several bridal shops and trying out on countless gowns, you finally settled on the dress that was perfect for your wedding day. Your mother cried your friends couldn’t stop talking about how gorgeous you were and your husband swooned. You enjoyed every minute of your wedding day and wished that the day couldn’t end. Now that you’ve been left with the assignment of committing your love life to the one you love and you have had great time after your honeymoon.
You feel like you should put on your dress daily but now you’re wondering what you will do with your dress. You can;
It is hard to part with your dress and as the saying goes, “like mother like daughter” you may preserve this dress for prosperity. You dress is something that your children may want one day in their lives.
There are organizations like “Brides against breast cancer” which allows brides to donate their gowns. They in-turn resell these dresses and use the cash for cancer research. This could turn someone dream into a reality.
A wedding is a one day function but it might empty your pocket. You can sell your dress if you’re feeling post-wedding budget crunch. You can list it on Ebay or on specific websites online which can buy your dress.
There are several ways you can use your wedding dress after you have exchanged vows. You can trash it while having a photo shoot, you can turn it into a gown for your little ones, restyle it into a cocktail dress or you can auction and donate the cash to a charity organisation.
With all these choices you might need some few months after you’ve settled in your marriage before you can decide what to do with your dress after your wedding.