Best Friends Return Each Other's Wedding Dresses 29 Years After Mix-Up
The two women were bridesmaids in each others' weddings.
These two best friends had no idea they had each taken something from the other.
It wasn't her dress.
"My dress was all lace and this was a different fabric," Besso said. "I was so upset. I had a pit in my stomach."
She turned to social media, and the #FindChristinesDress campaign was launched.
When Lisa Donnelly Denton got wind of the campaign, she decided to check her own wedding dress box. She didn't have her wedding dress either. So she sent a picture to her best friend.
"We both start screaming, 'What! We have each other's dresses? How in the world? What!'" Donnelly-Denton said.
The two women were bridesmaids in each other's weddings. And somehow their boxes got switched.
Inside Edition was there the women they returned each other's dress. The emotions from their big days came flooding back.
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