Your wedding gown is the most important dress you’ll ever wear – chosen because it, and every detail on it, is perfect for you. After the wedding is over, you want it to stay as beautiful and elegant as the day you bought it. When you choose Owl Cleaners to care for your gown, you are choosing the only Certified Wedding Gown Specialist™ and member of the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists (AWGS) in the Pittsburgh area to clean, preserve and pack your treasured memories.
You can trust us to give your special wedding or family gown the individual care and attention it deserves. Owl Cleaners’ Bridal Care Promise includes:
Tests conducted by National Bridal Service proved our MuseumCare™ gown preservation was the cleanest, provided the safest museum quality packaging environment, and offered the most comprehensive guarantee for preservation and restoration of all heirloom fabrics such as family bridal gowns, communion dresses, christening gowns, linens, quilts, and doll clothes.
Not only does Owl Cleaners preserve new wedding gowns, we also restore heirloom gowns. If your dream dress is a family bridal gown that time has yellowed and stained, don’t worry. We specialize in restoring antique and vintage bridal gowns to the true color without damage to delicate fabrics or dyes. We can remove stains and discoloration that ordinary dry cleaners cannot. Call today for a free consultation, because the perfect bridal or family gown for you may be the one in your attic!
Our service isn’t limited to wedding gowns, the museum-quality archival storage process is also ideal for:
…and any textile that deserves expert preservation and care.
You asked and now we’re answering all of your wedding gown cleaning and preservation questions! At one time, even we were skeptics about cleaning and preserving a wedding dress but we have since been converted thanks to Owl Premier & Bridal. Read more →
Real talk: when I was a bride, I was very much anti-wedding gown preservation. As a very sentimental person, my wedding dress wasn’t just “a dress” to me. Read more →