A WOMAN reveals the moment she discovered a secret note attached at the end of her hair. wedding dressShe had just chosen her big day.
Laura Trower, who married in 2019, was thrilled when she discovered that the first dress she tried on was a bridal gown. “the one” “fitted like a glove”.
Laura Trower was astonished to find a note attached at her chosen location wedding dressCredit: Andy Reeves Photography
Bromley, south London’s 31-year-old visited a charity shop one year before her wedding. Her mum and friend had spotted a beautiful white dress in the shop. dressIn the window
Laura was then amazed, after settling on the elegant gown – priced at just £150 – to discover at the till of the British Red Cross shop in Forest Hill, London that the previous owner had left a hidden note attached to the fabric.
Talk to Fabulous about the pursuit of your dreams dressShe explained: “I saw it and loved it, but thought there was no way I would fit into it. However, it actually fit perfectly – it was crazy.”
“It needed 2cm taken off the hem, but the rest of it fit like a glove. It was the first red dress I had tried on.”
Fran, who donated Fran’s bridal gown to British Red Cross, left the message.Credit: British Red Cross
“We were at the till to buy it, and the man was putting the box in it. We noticed the note at this point.
“It had the previous owner’s name and her phone number and said: ‘Would really love to see of photos of the next owner’s wedding.'”
The previous owner of this property had written the sweet message. dressFran, who was also from South London.
She had kept her contact information in case the next bride wore the gown. dressShe would be able share photos from her special occasion.
It was the first. dressLaura tried on for her 2019 weddingCredit: Andy Reeves Photography
Laura said, “It was really adorable. It was so nice to have the note on it. That made it even more special.
Fran was so excited that I immediately messaged her. I replied: “I can’t believe that you donated this amazing!” dress’.
“She sent a few photos of her wearing it, and then a year later – when I got married – I sent her pictures from my wedding.”
The dressOn her big day, she received overwhelming praise. She recalled: “Nobody could believe I got it in a charity shop – it was so nice to be able to share that story.”
The beautiful gown is now available at the charity shop and ready for a lucky third recipientCredit: British Red Cross
Laura – Laura was determined to find a second-hand property. dress for her wedding- She said that she would recommend to other brides-to be that they try charity shops.
She said: “It saved me tons of money, and it was great for the environment – I could give it another life.”
The shop even told her that she could buy the merchandise at a discount. dressThree wheelchairs would be funded by the British Red Cross.
Fran said: “Everyone gets attached to their wedding dress! I just wanted to find out who had it! But I wasn’t really expecting anything.
The dress was priced at just £150Credit: Andy Reeves Photography
“I was surprised to receive the message, even though it was quite a while after. It makes me so happy that someone so sweet enjoyed the message. dress like I did.”
She bought it in 2017 at a Camden bridal shop and decided to donate it after getting married.
The dressThe woman is now back at the shop and hopes to be able contact the third recipient.
Fran said, “We have pinned another note to the dressIn the hope that it will continue to be part of the history of this beautiful piece of art. dress!”
The women left a new noteCredit: British Red Cross
Berni Considine, regional retail manager for the British Red Cross, stated: “We remember this particular.” dressSo well, it has been since the first time.
“While not many of our garments include a special note, even if the message is not included, it’s a nice touch. dressIt is stunning – there is something about it that makes the difference – the design and the cut. It’s just stunning.”
She added: “Pre-pandemic the British Red Cross in Forest Hill was well known for its wedding dressEvents: We would dedicate the shop for one day to weddingBridal accessories, including dresses
“So, we would love to be able to pass this gown on to the next bride-to-be and to carry on being a part of the life of this unique dress and all that it symbolises. ”
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