Our website check-out procedure let you order in easy, fast and secure way. We make sure that your information is safe. We don’t store your personal and our check-out procedure is protected by the highest level of security from GlobalSign™.Learn More
We make sure that your gown arrives safe. The preservation kit is securely place in a waterproof garment bag and pack in our crush proof shipping container. A prepaid shipping labels along with $500 shipping insurance is included. Whenever your gowns arrive and checked into our system, an email notification will be send to you.Learn More
Your gown will be given a meticulous museum quality cleaning, making use of our high-class SYSTEMK4 subtle fabric cleaning technology. The last procedure defends your fabric from future yellowing. Your gown and up to 5 additional items are then prudently positioned on a preservation bust and packed into your preservation chest.Learn More
Your gown is securely shipped back to your home with certificate of 100-years Lifetime guarantee against future yellowing. You get a valuable peace-of-mind in knowing your gown has become a precious family inheritance to be adored by future generations.Learn More
Includes Everything for a Perfect Preservation
Many companies offer up limited lifetime guarantee. We’re extremely proud of our skills and offer’s our brides with a lifetime -100 years guarantee.
No extra charge for minor repairs such as loose buttons or beadwork, runs, pulls. More serious repairs are extra and options will be provided.
Free 2-way shipping - To our preservation Studio where it is flawlessly preserved and way back to your home.
By popular request, you can now preserve 3-5 extra items from your wedding day (Shoes, slip & silk bouquet extra).
To provide you a valuable peace of mind a $500 worth of insurance will be given, and rest assured that your gown will be treated like a royalty.
Our world class cleaning technology, eliminate both visible and invisible stains and protects your gown from future yellowing for 100 years.
Newly improved preservation chest that resist dust, dirt and light infiltration.
We use high quality Acid-Free Tissue paper and preservation bust to make your gown remains in good shape and perfectly preserved in our preservation chest.
With GownTracker™ you can always check the status updates of your gown as we received, clean & preserved and delivered back to you.
From Our FAQ
The 100 year warranty protects your gown against future yellowing for 100 years. In the event that you feel your child's christening gown has yellowed, the Wedding Gown Preservation Company will re-clean and preserve your gown at no cost to you.
Of course! If you purchased your Preservation Kit as a gift or for yourself and you or the recipient end up not using it, you can contact us to let us know and you will receive a 100% refund on your order. There is no need to return the box or its contents, however, the order number will be de-activated from our system making it unavailable to use in the future. It's that easy!
When you receive your kit you'll find paperwork inside that will allow you to add any extra amount of insurance in the included paperwork which will be in addition to the included insurance that comes with your order ($300 for the Christening Kit). Extra insurance is $3.00 for each $100 of extra insurance you'd like to add.
The absolute best time to order your Preservation Kit is when (or soon after) you purchase your child's christening gown. Ordering your kit early is the best way to ensure this important item is checked off your wedding "to-do" list and the best way to treat yourself to a stress free day without having to worry about dirt, grass, food, or sweat stains that will inevitably occur during your reception. Your kit never expire so it doesn't matter if you order your preservation kit one month before your wedding day, or one year.
If your christening or baptism gown has a difficult, set-in stain, a three step deep cleaning process will be used to treat and remove the stain. In the rare event a stain cannot be removed, and it is determined that further treatment could damage the delicate fibers of your gown, a stain letter will be sent with your preserved gown explaining why the stain wasn't further processed.