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Let’s talk about the big investment that you made in your dreamy wedding gown and what happens with it after the wedding day.
Some try to sell them, others keep them tucked away in the furthest corner of their closet but just a few decide to give them a second shot once the thrill of the big day is gone mainly.
If this third category rings any bells to you then you’ll want to keep reading.
Let’s face it; a woman wearing a bridal gown looks instantly as the most beautiful woman on earth… BUT No matter how good you think you look it only takes the wedding dress of your dreams looking funky on you for you to want to go under an extreme makeover as fast as you can say I do! You’ll diet, exercise and every procedure under the sun to make the darn dress fit, look and feel good. Well, wearing your dress every single anniversary will push you to keep looking as hot as the day you first used it (or maybe even hotter).
2. Milk it!
Since you were willing to spend all your savings and even sell a kidney in the black market to get your dreamed dress, your bridal gown is probably one of the most expensive things you’ve got hanging inside your closet. So why don’t you put that investment to good use and just wear it once again? You could go anywhere you want with it while you hold hands with your partner in crime/for life and nobody would ever think any of it besides how good you both look.
3. New memories
The first time your now hubby saw you walking down with that gorgeous dress he couldn’t help but thinking how lucky he was to get to be with you and this surely is one of his favorite memories of you both… So why not keep on creating new ones? Think about it: you will be able to have the time of your life with your gown and without all the stress a wedding can bring.
How cool could be for you to share activities that you enjoy as a couple, frolicking around restaurants, parks, and ice cream shops in your white gown?
As a former bride myself, I think it would be awesome if this could become a trend and we could give our gowns a new breath of life and keep on creating memories with it that will live in our minds and hearts forever.