As part of the ongoing decluttering effort, one of the things I need to do something about is my wedding dress. It's a beautiful dress, so I'd rather not just give it to Goodwill, but neither do I have any use for it.*
So — want a wedding dress? It's ivory satin (silk, I think) with fairly extensive seed-pearl embroidery. Unfussy (no lace or ruffles). Has a detachable train for elegance when walking down the aisle and convenience when walking around the reception. It's hand-made and has reasonable seam allowances, so alteration is possible. At present it's sized to fit someone 5'6", around 120 pounds, 36B cup.
If anyone is interested or knows somebody who might be, I'll get some photos to put up.
Oh, and if you (or they) believe objects carry energy and luck, we're 10 years into the marriage and happier and more in love with each other than ever. If this kind of thing is contagious, please let me infect you. ;-)
*Our wedding and reception were lovely — low-key, relaxed, pretty, tasty, and free of drama. All our friends and family had a good time (as far as I've ever heard) and left saying "That was nice, and just the sort of thing you'd expect from those two."
Still, as Pirate and I got into the car to head to the hotel that night (our apartment was full of out-of-town friends), he looked at me and said "Wow, that was great. Let's never do it again."