Krystal Edwards and her now husband planned on getting married on May 23rd, but because of COVID-19, they had to postpone their wedding and ended up tying the knot at a small ceremony on April 4th. Since she never used the wedding dress she had for the big day, she decided she wanted to donate the dress to an essential worker or a military bride who can’t afford a dress or couldn’t get to a bridal salon.
Edwards tells WAYV TV that chose to donate her dress to an essential worker or military bride because “they both sacrifice so much for others. People in these positions always put others before themselves. I would like to return the favor to them. There will never be enough words to say thank you but a simple gesture goes a long way. I just hope I can bring some light to a special person during these trying times we are all experiencing.”
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