A few weeks back I dropped my wedding dress off at the dry cleaner near my place. I have been married for almost 7 years. We had a blessing ceremony back in Michigan so my family and friends could celebrate (and so I could have a proper reception).
Anyway, it took a while and since I am a bit cheap, I didn’t want to spend $100 or more on dry cleaning I dress I’ll never wear again. So when we moved to India I figured I could have it done cheaper. Yep – it was much cheaper (around $4). Well of course you want to know… can you get coffee or white russian stains out of you wedding dress even after it has set (for over 6 years?).
Here’s the proof.
Apparently it is never too late to dry clean your wedding dress.
Okay maybe if it has yellowed.
Amazing right? So to all you wondering if it is too late? It probably isn’t. If you can afford to have it done, why not? I mean my daughter likely won’t fit it ever, but maybe some day I’ll fit back into it and I can have anniversary photos taken in it? After all we didn’t have professional photos taken at our wedding (again, cheap).
Time to Scrapbook my wedding
Oh, by the way, if you’re reading this and happen to have any photos of my wedding, send them on over HAHA.
No serious. I’d love more photos of the wedding. I don’t have any of the kiss, etc. We have some photos but more would be lovely to add to the scrap book I’m starting. Hey! Since then I was laid off twice, had two kids, and have been busy. Excuses or reasons? I don’t care. it is time to start the wedding scrapbook, right?
Did you do a wedding scrap book?