I’m not really the type of person who finds sentiment in material belongings. I don’t know why, really. Maybe it’s because I lose things easily. Or maybe it’s because my mom taught me at a young age that cleaning out my closet can be gratifying.
Many brides-to-be think like I do and don’t see the purpose in holding on to a dress they will only wear once. My mom held on to hers, and the first time after her wedding she ever saw it was to pull it out and show it to me the other day. That’s when she realized it had stains all over it.
In a era of incredible technology, many brides are putting their money towards talented photographers and videographers who preserve their wedding dress through art rather than physically preserving their dress. You can use your wedding dress to help bring an end to breast cancer.
If you want to find easy, simple ways to use your wedding to try and make a difference in someone’s life, I strongly encourage you to look into Brides Against Breast Cancer. You would forever be making a difference for a woman who wants nothing more than to feel beautiful and to celebrate life.
If you want to help out even more, consider purchasing your gown from one of the tours. To see a list of cities the Tour will be visiting, click here.