Your wedding dress – you wear it once, but after the big day, it becomes a precious heirloom! We can help preserve the memory of that once-in-a-lifetime day by ensuring it stays carefully safeguarded from dirt, sunlight, dust and tears. Our team of professionals is trusted by “The Knot” along with leading gown shops across the valley.
Our specialists bring a combined 45 years of extensive knowledge and expertise in preserving wedding gowns. We have painstakingly preserved thousands of gowns, each of which receives supreme care and attention. We can take care of any of your gown needs, whether you need it finished only, cleaned and finished, or cleaned and preserved for the next generation.
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Preserve your “Once In A Lifetime” gown for the next generation, with our exclusive “Museum Style” Heirloom Preservation System!
The industry’s leading worldwide gown preservation company will preserve your wedding gown using the safest methods of removing body oils, make-up, hemline stains, plus food and beverage spills.
Proper cleaning and a Proper storage environment is essential to preparing your gown for long-term safe-keeping.
Oxygen is purged from the sealed box and replaced with an inert gas, reducing the discoloring effects of oxidation. Agents are sealed with your keepsake to prevent mold and mildew.
Each exclusive storage box is encased with a clear seal that protects your keepsake from airborne contaminants, insect and pest damage.
Interior surfaces and packing tissue are made of acid-free materials. This ensures the color-fastness of your keepsake.
Prestige Preservation Program guarantees your satisfaction. Every preserved wedding gown comes with a written warranty!
It is our nature to want to pass down the important physical items and treasures that have meant so much to us during our lifetime.
The most important factor in judging the value of a heirloom from the past is the item’s current condition. Sentimental value is important. But, an expertly preserved, carefully stored family keepsake that is passed through the generations, retains more value, both monetary and sentimental. Museums and art galleries serve as go-to experts in these techniques.
The world-renowned Smithsonian
Institute and National Museum is entrusted with many of America’s national treasures, including the first national flag, crafted in 1812. Our MuseumStyle system of cleaning and preserving garments employs many of the same methods used by the Smithsonian to preserve this treasure, in including: