- Fourteen years after her wedding gown was cleaned and preserved by a company, a woman in the US realised that the firm gave her a wrong dress
- Wendie Taylor took to social media to seek people's help in finding her own dress
- She shared pictures of her own wedding gown and the wrong dress on social media and urged people to help her retrieve what belongs to her
A woman identified as Wendie Taylor has taken to social media to search for her wedding dress 14 years after realising that she has the wrong dress with her.
According to the woman from Minnesota, she opened the box she kept the dress to show her 12-year-old daughter what the gown looks like, only to realise that it wasn't her dress.
The woman said her dress was washed and preserved by Evans Garment Restoration in Minnesota around late 2006 or in 2007.
Sharing pictures of her wedding dress and the wrong gown she has with her, Wendie urged people to share her post and help her recover her dress.
Facebook users flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.
Misty Bolier wrote:
"I shared this one!!! I so hope that you get your dress back!!!"
Jessica Powers commented:
"Done. Hoping something good comes of this for you."
Rochelle Hendren reacted:
"I suppose it would be a stretch to think that they keep records of who all came in at the time that you brought yours in or where they may have done any restorations during that time."
Bri Marie wrote:
"Shared! I can’t believe this happened!"
In other news, a young lady with the Twitter handle @Ms_Mchunu has taken to the social media platform to express excitement after her boyfriend went down on one knee and asked her to marry him.
Sharing adorable photos of the beautiful moment on her Twitter page, the young lady said saying yes to the marriage proposal was the easiest yes she has ever said.
She captioned the photos:
"A week ago my best friend asked me to marry him. The easiest yes I’ve ever said."