This Bride Lost 1 Wedding Gown in a Fire — and Ended Up With 2 Stunning Replacements
Elise Boissonneault had chosen her dream wedding dress, and it was sitting pretty at the seamstress — until it was destroyed in one of Canada's forest fires. After evacuating her home right before her special day, Elise was heartbroken and reached out to her photographer Alex Neary for help. After a quick post on Facebook worked its magic, hundreds of ladies offered their own gowns to Elise so she could walk down the aisle in a proper bridal look.
Elise found her fairy godmother when an offer came from Lee-Ann Belter, a Toronto-based designer with a big heart. The company gifted the bride with not one, but two gorgeous numbers, including a cream lace silhouette worn with teal flats for the ceremony and a scoopback satin sheath for the party, embellished with crystals. Read on to see both stunning replacement dresses, along with a shot of Elise and her mother celebrating such a heartwarming moment.