• Metro Weddings Magazine, 10th Anniversary Issue June 2010

    A friend shared that she knows someone who takes out her gown every year to have herself photographed in it, together with her husband on their anniversaries -- if only to prove that, save for when she was pregnant, she hasn't gained a pound since they got married. Read more...

  • Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, March 2009 Issue

    Experts recommend that you get your dress cleaned within a month of the wedding if it has minor stains and smudges. But for more serious stains, like wine or juice, bring it in within a few days. Read more...

  • Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, Philippine Premier Edition 2008

    Cleaning your gown should be a top priority. And if you would like your gown to become an heirloom piece you can pass on to your daughter one day (or if you simply want your gown to always look as beautiful as it did at your wedding), consider taking your dress to a place that not only cleans, but preserves your gown as well. Read more...

  • Metro Weddings Magazine, January 2007 issue

    As a professional fine apparel preservationist, I've heard unbelievable tales of outrageous amounts of time and money spent in the pursuit of the perfect wedding dress. But one thing is common among all wedding dresses after they've been worn: They're all very dirty. Unfortunately, stains set with time. Read more...

  • [Singapore] Her World Brides September 2006 Issue

    Want to preserve your bouquet? Just send it to The Bridal Conservatory [www.TheBridalConservatory.com]. It specialises in the fine art of preserving all types of fresh flowers and fine apparel too! Currently based in Manila but it'll be opening a branch in Singapore in the future. Read more...

    • Metro Weddings Magazine, June 2006 issue

      You wake up the morning after your wedding, delirious from the night before. Then your smile quickly disappears at the sight of your wedding gown. Your precious piece is crumpled, soiled and abused. Red wine stains are apparent, and the hemline is muddy from dancing all night in the garden. Read more...

    • Metro Weddings Magazine, January 2006 issue

      On the cover of the current issue of Metro Weddings Magazine are two of The Bridal Conservatory's most recent clients: Ms. Audrey Tan (center) and Ms. Amina Aranaz (right). Both recent brides, Amina is married to Mr. Rafael Alunan III, while Audrey is married to Congressman Miguel Zubiri. Enlarge Magazine Cover...




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