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The last few days before a wedding can be stressful. Especially if you’re forced to flee a wildfire-ravaged area — without your best wedding dress Toronto.
Elise Boissonneault was supposed to pick up her gown from her Fort McMurray tailor Tuesday night. Instead she and her fiance, along with over 80,000 others, were evacuated from their city without her Best Wedding Dress Toronto.
With just a couple days before the big day, the dress less bride-to-be asked her Toronto photographer for help.
Alex Neary of Wild Eyed Photography immediately turned to Facebook with a plea on the Bunz Wedding Zone page, which is essentially a trading post for brides.
“Literally within an hour there were so many comments and shares,” said Neary.
Some were also from shops in Alberta, offering to rush-deliver a free gown.
“Hundreds and hundreds of strangers offering their wedding dress to her,” Neary added.
“I can’t believe the amount of support,” Boissonneault said. “People have been so amazing.”
As grateful and appreciative as she is of everyone’s offers, she decided to accept an invitation from a Toronto bridal store to come in and try as many dresses as she needs, until she finds one she loves that also fits.
Lea-Ann Belter Bridal is loaning Boissonneault not one, but two bridal gowns. The 29-year-old had a hard time deciding between a couple options at the store Thursday evening.
So she’ll wear one for her ceremony and the other to her reception.
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“I can’t even thank people enough for just trying to get me a dress, like there’s so many other things and so many other people to help,” Boissonneault said.
Boissonneault doesn’t know if her own home will still be standing when she gets back. She just feels fortunate to have been able to pack her “little farm” and escape to Edmonton. Others didn’t even get to do that.