Dependable Cleaners, a third generation, family-owned dry cleaners announced today the promotion of Elton Crespo to Bridal and Restoration Specialist. In this role, Crespo will head up the Bridal and Wedding Gown Restoration group at Dependable Cleaners.
The Bridal and Wedding Gown Restoration group at Dependable Cleaners offers one of the most detail-oriented, expert gown-cleaning and preservation service available. Their wedding gown specialists have years of experience ensuring every wedding dress stays flawless before, during, and after the wedding.
This includes experienced seamstresses who handle the intricacies of wedding gown tailoring, restoration experts who restore antique gowns to their true colors without damaging the delicate fabrics, and preservation specialists who clean and preserve the gowns with meticulous attention to detail. Through Style by Dependable we offer onsite wedding party preparation, pressing, tailoring and emergency stain removal to make sure your day is picture perfect from start to finish.
Every dress is individually hand-cleaned with eco-friendly, biodegradable solutions. For every wedding dress cleaned, Dependable Cleaners donates $3 to Carbonfund.org, an organization leading the fight against global warming, making it easy and affordable for any individual, business or organization to reduce & offset their carbon footprint and hasten the transition to a clean energy future.
Dependable Cleaners is a recognized member of the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists, an elite group of professionals who specialize in caring for wedding gowns and is the preferred vendor for the Boston Wedding Group which is endorsed by the Association of Bridal Consultants.
Crespo began working at Dependable Cleaners in 2004. By 2007, he had been promoted to assistant manager at the Norwood location and shortly thereafter, was promoted to manager of the Milton location, where the Bridal and Wedding Gown Restoration group is located. In this role, he recognized the importance of caring for the fragile fabrics of a wedding gown.
“It is more than a job to me. I have the chance to help each bride make a lasting impression on their wedding day,” said Crespo. “For most brides, the day becomes real when they slip on the wedding gown. We can help them look their best and then preserve those memories for the next generation.”