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Imagine this: You open your wedding-dress box you’ve been holding on to for 30 years -- and discover the dress inside isn’t yours!
That’s exactly what happened to both Shannon McNamara of Franklin, Tennessee and Kim Jones of Acworth, Georgia. When Kim discovered she had the wrong dress, she spread the word, even getting local news coverage, but 4 years went by, and there was still no trace of her dress.
That all changed when Kim Jones decided to hand down her wedding dress to her newly engaged daughter Caroline, only to discover the dress she’d been storing wasn’t hers. She posted about it on Facebook, and to her shock, only 2 hours later, a friend who had seen the news about McNamara’s dress connected the two women. And, you guessed it, they each had the other’s dress!
Watch to hear them tell their emotional stories, and to see what happened when Caroline had her mom’s dress altered for her own wedding. Get out the tissues for the happy tears that will fall when you see this!