It is a rare thing for my wife to ever post anything on Facebook, so it really caught my attention when I saw what she announced on her wall this week:
“Thank you, Nae Nae Little Angel Gowns, for turning my wedding dress into something beautiful for families who have lost an infant. For all of those who have a wedding dress or other formal gown just hanging in the closet, you can donate your dress to Nae Nae Little Angel Gowns and they will turn it into a beautiful blessing. I dropped my dress off about a week ago and she has already turned my dress into several infant gowns. Thanks for letting me be a part of this, Nae Nae Little Angel Gowns!”
A year after we got married 8 years ago, we helped our friend Joe Hendricks of Joe Hendricks Photography out by posing as models for his wedding collection to show to future clients. In the process, my wife’s dress got dirt stains on it as we ran through a vineyard.
But she didn’t care since she knew the dress would just be sitting in a closet for decades for no practical reason anyway. And those post-wedding photos turned out much better than our actual wedding photos.
My wife is not the kind of person who is okay with things just sitting in the house, taking up space; which is was the dress has been doing this whole time.
We are so happy that the dress could be donated to Nae Nae Little Angel Gowns. I’m grateful my wife was able to learn about this, and now, I present you with the same opportunity.
If this might be something you’d be interested in doing, or at least curious about, simply reach out to Nae Nae Little Angel Gowns on Facebook and just let her know you heard about her service through Family Friendly Daddy Blog.