Grandma buried in the bride’s dress a few months before the wedding in a wild accident!

A wedding dress store and a family needed to work together to get a bride a new wedding dress after her grandmother was accidentally buried in the bride’s gown, as viral TikTok video described in a series of

The clip was shared by the store’s owner, Cathy Pierga, on the account @kasias_bridal, who noted that the couple got married. he explained in first videoWhich got nearly 5 million views, that she got a call from the groom, just a few months away from the wedding day, asking him to rearrange his bride’s custom-made wedding gown.

He told her that due to a mixup the bride’s grandmother got buried in the bride’s wedding dress. However, there was a challenge for the bride’s shop and the family when they could not get her dress on time due to paucity of time.

A bridal store owner shared a series of TikTok videos now going viral, detailing how a bride’s grandmother was buried in a bride’s wedding dress and how she addressed the matter. Here, a bride is buttoning her wedding dress.
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Knot Recommended brides should start dressing about a year before their wedding.

Brides are encouraged to purchase their dresses eight to 10 months before the wedding, with the average engagement lasting about 14 months.

“This leaves enough time for your wedding dress to be measured, shipped to your bridal salon and sent to the tailor for alterations,” Piece said.

Pierga said the groom called for the gown to be rearranged a few months before the wedding, and change was not an option for the first dress.

After calling the manufacturer, Pierga said he had been advised whether the dress could arrive on time, depending on whether the factory could get it to them as there were customizations.

He called the groom and talked to him and the bride’s brother, when he found out where the dress was.

The bride’s brother told that the bride had left the gown in her mother’s closet for safekeeping.

His grandmother had recently died, and one of his requests was to be buried in his wedding dress.

The bride’s brother and future husband were asked to bring the wedding dress from the bride’s mother’s closet, but they caught the bride’s dress in her garment bag instead of the grandmother’s dress kept in a box.

shared by pierga second video It has been viewed over 1 million times to continue the explanation of what happened.

She explained that it was a closed-casket ceremony and that when she was buried no one saw what she was wearing.

“So, now we’re on this crazy hunt to get this dress because the bride doesn’t know this dress is buried six feet down with Grandma,” Pieraga said.

The audience was stunned to hear the story.

“Oh my god, they didn’t,” wrote one viewer.

“I think he’s going crazy outside” [because] She accidentally saw the dress the day before… I wish it was just that,” commented another.

A Tiktok user expressed sympathy for the groom.

“He was just trying to help, made a mistake, and now he’s doing everything he can to help again,” he wrote.

Some suggested that the bride should instead wear her grandmother’s wedding dress.

One onlooker said he previously worked as a funeral director, adding that it is not unusual for people to be buried with special items belonging to other loved ones.

After the first two videos went viral, Pierga shared a third videoWhich was when he saw that the events had happened before and there was a happy ending for the bride.

The designer told Pieroga that they had not been able to obtain a customized dress for the bride in time for the wedding, and the family got on a conference call with Pieroga to discuss next steps.

While she outlined some possibilities, Perga warned them that it was likely that the bride would find out that the dress she wore on her wedding day was not the original dress she had ordered.

“So, they really made the executive decision to come clean, which I’m glad they decided to do,” Pieraga said.

As it turned out, the bride needed an oversized dress after she found out she was pregnant.

Pierga also noted that the bride told her that her grandmother wanted to see her wedding in a more traditional-style gown, as opposed to the mermaid-style dress she had previously purchased.

“The fact that the dress went down with Grandma was as if she was saying, ‘No, I’m taking this with me, you don’t need this dress,’ that’s what the bride kept saying,” Pierga said. Told. fourth video,

Although a tense situation, she said the bride was comfortable and managed to find a dress on time.

“I’m so glad it had a happy ending and she wasn’t bothered by the situation,” Pierga said. “Congratulations to her for being a spontaneous bride and understanding the situation.”

TikTok viewers who have followed this saga are relieved to know that it has yielded positive results.

One viewer commented, “This has been the wildest ride about a wedding dress.”

“It’s a phenomenal story!” Another TikTok user wrote. “I really admire your dedication and professionalism!”

newsweek Kathy reached out to Pierga for comment.

There have been other occasions of marriage which have gone viral.

A proposal went viral after a Disney employee interrupted the moment instructing the man to propose in another location.

Another proposal went viral, though it melted the hearts of the audience because of its inspiration from the 1999 film 10 Things I Hate About You,

A video showing a dance routine between a bride and her father also went viral on TikTok.

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