Have you been telling everyone that you're in the market for an authentic Medieval handfasting dress?
I warrant that I could change your mind. Very few real dresses from the Middle Ages have survived to the modern day. They're all kept in controlled conditions and insured for millions. They'd fall to bits as soon as you tried to put one on.
Not that you might want to. Even new, the homespun, handwoven fabric tends to feel a bit coarse against modern skin. Plus the propensity for sand washes meant lice got into the crevices.
People used to take it in turns to hang their robes overnight in the restroom, where the ammonia fumes penetrated the material, leaving a pungent aroma, but killing the lice.
Would you prefer a modern dress for a Pagan bride which looks like an authentic Medieval gown? In that case, you're in the right place!