Hope Kaminski, a bride-to-be, was heartbroken when the wedding dress she saved up for so long to buy was destroyed in a house fire.
Tina Keilani's husband was watching Hope's story on Action News back in June and asked Tina if there was a way she could help.
Tina and her sister, Donna Sbrocca, own Blush Couture Bride in downtown Birmingham. And the two sisters didn't hesitate to help make Hope's wedding day special.
On Thursday, Hope, a friend, and her future sister-in-law were welcomed into the bridal salon for a private session where Hope was allowed to pick out a designer wedding gown - a gift from Tina and Donna.
Hope lived in a house in the city of Wayne with her fiance and his sister that burned down. They lost everything they own. Thankfully, Hope was able to save their dog.
They have started a GoFundMe account for anyone wishing to make a donation to help the them replace some of the items lost in the fire.
Click on the video to see Hope's visit to Blush Couture Bride.