Friday, October 5, 2012

How to save money on your own wedding dress

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Most brides only ever plan to get married once. When the special day has ended, the cake eaten and the honeymoon photos filed, it is time to considercarefully what regarding your wedding dress. There are several options, such as saving it to produce a Christening robe for the first born child. However, if you opt to sell your
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, it is important to consider how to ship it to its new owner.

If your new buyer lives next to you, then delivering the marriage dress yourself will save you the expense and worry of shipping it. You should still make sure that you have the dress in some sort of protective cover. The dress maker will most likely provide you with a cover when you just take delivery of the dress your self.

For each other type of delivery, it's likely that you need to pack the dress up for some reason before dispatching it onwards. Wedding dresses come in many different fabrics, styles and colours. Ensure that you have the dress professionally cleaned before you pack and ship it. This could also will give you protective plastic cover.

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Place the marriage dress on a hanger and suspend it from a door frame or curtain rail so when a lot of it as possible hangs freely. Next, find a large cardboard box approximately 3 feet by 3 feet and around 12 inches deep at the very least (1m by 1m by 30 cm). You will also need a few large sheets of white tissue paper. Do not use coloured tissue paper as any moisture in the dress fabric might lead to the colour in the tissue paper to operate onto the dress in transit.

Place the box on the floor and put a layer of tissue paper in the bottom of the box leaving plenty overhanging the sides. Just take the dress, still on the hanger, and lay it over the box so your end of the skirt or train sits directly within the box. Push sheets of tissue paper up in the dress as flat as you possibly can.

Place a sheet of tissue paper within the dress fabric, and then fold each side of the dress over towards the centre of the box onto the tissue. Do not allow fabric touch fabric as you fold the edges in, keep a layer of tissue paper between the layers of dress fabric. After the bottom of the dress is snugly within the box, make sure there's a layer of tissue paper at the top. Then fold the dress back on itself.

Continue doing this folding and adding tissue paper on a concertina fashion. If your dress has sleeves, carefully fold them in, keeping tissue paper between then and the bodice of the dress. Finish by placing the hanger together with the dress. If you can get yourself a sachet of silicon moisture absorber from the craft store, add this to the box, although not directly touching the dress. Place your final sheet of tissue paper at the top and close the box lid.

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Secure the box with adhesive tape. Then wrap the box with brown paper and secure again. Write the delivery address demonstrably in pen on the front of the package. Write your own name and reunite address on the package. If you're sending the dress overseas, you may also need to affix an airmail sticker and a customs form to the package.

You can use a commercial carrier to ship your wedding dress, or your own personal national postal service. Be sure you have the item weighed and properly recorded, and opt for having it signed for at the destination. For large components of mail, there is frequently the opportunity to add insurance to cover loss or damage and it is smart to pay just a little extra because of this.

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