Bridal Testimonials

These beautiful brides wanted to share their stories with you. If you would like to share your Cleanery Bride experience, please let your Route Driver know.

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happilyeverafter-niki

 

My name is Niki Manole and The Cleanery first, pressed and then cleaned my wedding dress. I wanted to tell you a little about my dress! I found it at M bride bridal salon in La Jolla, California. The designer is Ulla Maija and I’m absolutely in love with my dress! I had gone to three other salons and tried 250 dresses on, before I found the “one!” My husband, Billy Ninopoulos and I, were married on May 18, 2013 at St. George Greek Orthodox church.We spend our Honeymoon in Bora, Bora. I look forward to picking up my dress and shoes! Thanks!

 

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happilyeverafter-vickie

 

I fell in love with my dress the moment I put it on and I knew it was perfect when I saw the look on my moms face when she saw me wearing it. My dress was designed by Sophia Tolli, who is an Australian designer. I married my best friend on June 29th, 2013 wearing my Xandra Gown on a mountain top in Vail, CO. We had our beautiful wedding in an outdoor amphitheater called, the Wedding Deck. I could not have been happier with how everything turned out. Thank you to everyone at The Cleanery for taking care of my dress! ­—Danielle Scott Buscher

 

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happilyeverafter-danielle

 

On June 1, 2013 I married the perfect man, my best friend, in the gown I had dreamed of since I was a little girl. Our wedding had a country chic theme and I wanted a dress that complimented that but still gave a ‘WOW’ appeal. The Maggie Sottero Ivandra did just that. In my cowboy boots, with the layered lace, tull, and swarvoski crystals, I felt beautiful. I have never wore a dress that made me feel like a celebrity, but for one day in that dress I was one. If it was possible to wear that dress over and over again I would! Thank you so much for preserving the memories in that dress, I will cherish it for a lifetime. — Vickie Sumner