How to Travel With Your Wedding Dress

Your wedding dress is one of the most important elements of the Big Day – and you definitely want it to look perfect for the moment you say “I Do”. However, what happens if you are having a destination wedding? How to travel with your wedding dress and make sure it gets to its destination in perfect state?

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We have gathered some tips to help you with this – so read on to find out more.

  • Transport the dress in your carry-on, in a thick garment bag to protect it and keep it as wrinkle-free as possible. The last thing you want is to have your luggage lost at the airport…with your wedding gown in it. While the airport staff will do everything to find your luggage, things might move too slowly – and this could mean a disaster for your wedding.
  • Furthermore, try to avoid packing too many liquids with you. Even when they are tightly sealed, accidents can happen in the chaos of the airport and during your flight – and you don’t want to have your gown ruined by your shampoo, right?
  • It is also recommended that you have your wedding dress steamed when you reach your destination. To be certain you can do this, inform yourself beforehand and see if there are any specialists in the area. This way, you will not have to face the unpleasant surprise of wearing a wrinkled dress on your Big Day.

Black Horse Inn  is a superb wedding venue in Virginia – so if you plan on having your wedding here, and if you want to have it in a place surrounded by the marvels of nature and by the beautiful touch of a historic building, contact us and schedule a tour! You will definitely love what we offer!

 

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