May 2010 Weddings
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If you're selling your dress...

How do you plan on doing it? I posted mine on trash to treasure, but it's kinda slow over there. Just wondering how the rest of you were doing it :)

Re: If you're selling your dress...

  • I'm not selling mine (I'm selfish, I can't part with it) but if I were I would put an add in my local paper and add bulletin.
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  • Try craigslist.  If I were going to sell mine (I'm not, because I love it and I'm a a baby and I'd cry) I'd start there.  Also, check to see if there is a local group on yahoo for selling stuff.  For example, there's a yahoo group called HuntsvilleTrader.... Check to see if there's one for the city you live in.
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  • I am selling my dress on preownedweddingdresses.com I've gotten a few inquiries and i've only had it up for a few weeks. I have it so the buyer pays for shipping so I dont really care who buys it.

    I think posting it on your local craigslist/newspaper is also a good idea.

  • There are several sites where you can donate your dress for charity.  I don't know if those would interest you.  One is Brides Against Breast Cancer another is Animal Kind. 

  • I think you can sell on indiebride too... I'm going to selfishly keep mine in my parents house and let it gather dust just so my future daughter can tell me she'd never be caught dead wearing her mother's old dress......
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  • image stephers_7:
    I'm going to selfishly keep mine in my parents house and let it gather dust just so my future daughter can tell me she'd never be caught dead wearing her mother's old dress......

    Same here... except it will gather dust in the guest room closet. And my daughter will probably take after her daddy and be a big beefy girl who will tower over me and laugh at little me and my little dress.

    I would have totally worn my grandma's if she hadn't thrown it out without consulting me (this was before Matt came onto the scene), so I feel like there's a possibility someone might want it someday.

  • hahaha ya'll crack me up! I know I would have NEVER worn my mom's dress, but she kept it for me. Silly girl.

    I've donated big time to the American Cancer Society ever since my dad was diagnosed and passed away.... but I think I'm going to sell the dress. 

    I considered keeping it... and even ran away from the drycleaners when I couldn't make a decision on whether or not to preserve it, but after weighing the options, selling it just seems to make more sense at this point. Thank God for thousands of wedding pictures of me in it, huh? 

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