By Theresa Seiger, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
URBANDALE, Iowa — An Iowa bridal shop stepped in after a bride-to-be’s wedding dress, a family heirloom, was stolen from the back of her car last week, donating a new gown to the distraught woman.
The people at Stacey’s Bridal caught wind of Hurst’s story and on Tuesday invited her to pick out a dress from one of the thousands available at the Urbandale store, WHO-TV reported.
“We’re going to donate a dress,” Morgan Clutter, a manager at Stacey’s Bridal, told the news station. “She gets the whole thing paid off. … We have so many dresses she’s bound to find the perfect second dress.”
With her mother and grandmother by her side, Hurst found a dress in the store Tuesday.
Her wedding is tentatively scheduled for September 2018, according to the Register.