INKSTER, Mich. (WXYZ) - Chrystal Paszkowski still cries when she thinks about the way a group of thieves broke into her Inkster home.
Not only was her home trashed, but the thieves took her wedding dress.
Chrystal had planned to get married next June.
Channel 7 Action News wanted to take action, and with help from the owners of Bellissima Bridal Salon in Rochester, we were able to give Chyrstal a new wedding dress, selected among hundreds of gorgeous wedding gowns in the shop.
The first part of Chrystal’s adventure in shopping was finding the perfect dress.
A dress with the perfect cut, just the right amount of flare, and--of course—the perfect fit.
Chrystal’s three children got to watch as she browsed numerous selections.
After several dress changes, Chrystal found the “one.”
It was a $1,280-show-stopper from designer Maggie Sottero.
Chrystal looked very glamorous, gorgeous and she’s grateful for our help.
“There are good people left in this world. You guys are angels to me”, Chrystal said with tears in her eyes.
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