Bridal Spotlight

Sarah & Mark

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August 13, 2016

Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Resort, Cabo San Lucas Mexico

From a destination wedding to a local affair, we love hearing all about our bride’s wedding stories and why our brides want to preserve their wedding gown. Sometimes its just wanting a simple clean + preservation, or its saving their gown from an accidental wine spill, or preserving the memory for a family member years down the line – a bride’s reason for preservation fuels our passion as a company to take care and preserve something that is extremely important.

“We are having a second wedding!” bride Sarah said,  “due to the travel requirements of our Cabo wedding, we are having a second reception this winter on the East Coast. Thanks to Elegance Preserved, I’ll be able to re-wear my dress and make new memories in it!”

“When I bought my dress at Sarah Seven, they highly recommended that I bring my dress to Elegance Preserved for cleaning and preservation after the wedding. They told me they take all of their samples there!” Sarah recalls.

Sarah and Mark were married late summer 2016 on the sandy beaches of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. “We wanted the focus of our wedding to be quality time with each other and with our family and friends in a beautiful, peaceful environment.” Guests enjoyed hand written vows by the bride and groom and danced the night away. A special moment for the happy couple was when they invited their guests to sign a large ‘wedding certificate’ for them to save and hang in their new home together.

With a wedding hashtag like #mexikinnish and gorgeous and flowy Sarah Seven wedding gown, you know that is was a true destination celebration indeed!

We are so happy for you Sarah and Mark!


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Photographer: Juan Carlos Tapia | Gown: Sarah Seven | Venue: Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Resort

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