The bride gave away her wedding dress with hopes it would continue to be passed on

The bride gave away her wedding dress with hopes it would continue to be passed on

The bride gave away her wedding dress with hopes it would continue to be passed on

The bride gave away her wedding dress with hopes it would continue to be passed on

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  • Gwendolyn Sturgis, the bride, announced on Facebook that she was giving away her $3,000 wedding gown.
  • Margaret Hyde was chosen by Stulgis “because she is always whoever is doing the donating,” according to Hyde’s submission.
  • Sturgis told Insider that 12 more brides have donated their gowns since she gave hers to Hyde.
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Gwendolyn Stulgis began her search for the perfect wedding gown by thinking about how she wanted to feel.

Sturgis found “the one” at a small boutique, Evaline’s Bridal & Tuxedo, in Warren, Ohio, after looking at many shops near her home: a champagne-coloured wedding dress by Allure Bridals with beading, lace, and sheer fabric on the long sleeves. The bride, on the other hand, paid a premium price: $3,000.

Sturgis told Insider that she loved it too much to pass it up, despite the fact that it was out of her price range. She had established a $1,000 budget for herself.

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She said, “I got upset looking at it since it was everything I actually wanted.” “I don’t believe I could have imagined myself in any other role. That gown was tailor-made for me.”

Gwendolyn and Frank Stulgis got married on May 6.

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It was worn by Sturgis for her May 6 wedding to Frank Sturgis. The beading that flowed from her back down the long train was her favourite part of the dress, she told Insider.

Sturgis first saved her attire after the wedding, but later realised it could be helpful to another bride.

“I want someone else to feel as wonderful as I did on my wedding day,” Sturgis told Insider. “I want the person to believe that they are valuable. I want them to be able to get the dress of their dreams without having to worry about the cost. A bridal gown should not be stored in a closet.”

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When Stulgis decided she wanted to gift her wedding dress, she turned to Facebook to find the lucky bride-to-be.

The winner expressed her wish to “feel like a princess for a day.”

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Ashley told Insider that she submitted Hyde anonymously since the bride-to-be had expressed interest in entering but was hesitant.

With the help of a Facebook group, Sturgis launched a little online movement, and more brides are donating their gowns.

 

 

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