A Bride Needed a New Wedding Dress, Because Her Grandmother Was Accidentally Buried in Hers

A bride needed a new wedding dress just a few months before her wedding.  And because of the alterations and customizations, that is NOT ideal.  But the only alternative was . . . EXHUMING GRANDMA.

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The owner of a bridal shop in Chicago told the story on TikTok.  She said the GROOM called her in a panic and said he needed to reorder his bride-to-be’s dress.  She was confused, but eventually she figured out why.

The bride’s mother kept the dress in her closet for safekeeping.  But sadly, HER mother . . . the bride’s grandmother . . . passed away and she wanted to be buried in her wedding gown from back in the day.

That dress was also being kept in the closet . . . and when the family went in the closet to get grandma’s dress, they accidentally grabbed the granddaughter’s dress instead, which was a huge, HUGE goof.  That dress cost $2,300.

It was a closed casket, so it took a few weeks for the family to figure out what happened.  Thankfully, it all worked out.  They didn’t have time to get the exact dress again . . . but the bride was okay with picking a new one.

Some commenters suggested the bride could’ve worn her grandma’s dress as a tribute.  Which sounds sweet, but we don’t know what grandma’s dress looks like. 


The Bossier Night Market returns this Saturday to the Shreveport Area!

The Bossier Night Market returns this Saturday to the Shreveport Area!

Louisiana’s First & Only Night Market Is back – The Bossier Night Market! 200+ Vendors and 13 Food Trucks to shop from, with over 75,000+ Twinkling Lights in an open air, outdoor environment. Free Admission and Free Parking AND The Largest Outdoor Vendor Event in the UNITED STATES! FIREWORKS at 9PM! Market Goods, 13 FOOD…

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Another Shreveport Restaurant Has Closed Its Doors

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