Lynda Wilson used her wedding dress on two of her children’s christening gowns. Source: Mothers who cook, clean and organize / Facebook

“Keep it. Twenty-one years later my daughter is wearing it. [It’s been] modified to suit their body shape. She’s getting married this Saturday. “- Kylie Ruthjersen

“Made it into my daughter’s christening gown.” – Kelly Francis

“In my original packaging, I plan to make three christening dresses so that I can give my children one each.” – Catherine Galea

“I had my daughter’s christening gown made from my gown. I hope it will be a family heirloom. “- Michelle Murphy

“Cut it up, pour fake blood over it, and wear it for my 30th birthday Halloween party. Yes we are divorced. “- Cassy Riley

Donated it

“I kept mine for about 15 years and then sent it to Angel Gowns. They make outfits for premature babies who are not fortunate enough to survive. I liked the idea that in a very sad time it would bring a little joy to someone. “- Deirdre Clark

“I donated mine and had it professionally cleaned so that someone who couldn’t afford to buy a nice dress could enjoy it.” – Charmaine Maisey

Framed it

“My father made this clothes box for me. It’s on my wall now. – Emily Rawlner

Emily Rawlner’s father made a storage box for her. Source: Mothers who cook, clean and organize / Facebook

“Got this showcase. Why hide something so beautiful? “- Ingrid Cochrane

Source: Mothers who cook, clean and organize / Facebook

Kept it

“I wear mine every anniversary. It is so much fun !! ”- Shelby Edwards

“Stay! I get it out occasionally to measure how bulky I’ve been since we got married. “- Heidi Edwards

“Still have mine, of course doesn’t fit. 50 years in July. “- Jean Trembath


“My MIL [mother-in-law] persuaded me to sell mine to a rental location. I am so sorry and so is my daughter. She said she wish I had kept it. “- Maev Froggy


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