After the big day is over, it is time to have your precious gown preserved for the future.  While a gown may not appear soiled, it will require careful cleaning.  Hidden soiling includes perspiration and body oils.  Soil will be picked up along the hemline and train and very likely there will be food and beverage spills.  Some stains, which are not immediately visible, will develop with age through oxidation causing discoloration, fabric weakness and damage to the gown.

 

Heirloom Preservation...

 

After a specialist has cleaned and inspected your gown, it will be stored in a newly designed Museum Style storage box featuring state of the art moisture and oxygen control technology.  Your gown is carefully sealed in an acid-free inner box that controls humidity.  The oxygen is purged and replaced with an inert gas, virtually making oxidation impossible.  The sealed packaging allows viewing of your gown and veil at any time, while protecting your gown from mold, mildew, insect damage and oxidation.  The inner box is placed in a durable long-term storage chest for additional safety.