Bride lends her wedding dress to strangers

Dawnetta Heinz, of Omaha, Nebraska, has created a chain so that brides can wear her wedding dress and then pass it on to another bride.
1:01 | 08/29/17

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Well I decided that I would like to get my dress the way excuse somebody that. Less fortunate than needed to address. A lot of the girls really think that captivated and now they wouldn't even have addressed it just being closed. And I decided that I liked to get away its Q but into the back of the earth on the exit on there. Was it got Cendant. Cottages every emotion kind of advantage at its movie. Just. Could've been so much better if it means.

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