Lindsey Boyer has been reunited with the marriage robe she bought in April, after the store the place she bought it closed with out discover.

SHEFFIELD, Ohio — Editor’s Word: The above video options earlier reporting about this story

On Wednesday night time, Lindsey Boyer acquired a bundle from Candlelite Bridal. When she opened it, she discovered her wedding ceremony gown inside.

The coed instructor, whose wedding ceremony is in June, informed 3News she is “so excited” to have acquired her gown.

On Sunday, Boyer had a second of panic when she went to schedule her alterations appointment, solely to seek out Candlelite Bridal in Sheffield had closed its doorways with none discover.

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Boyer, of Clyde, purchased the gown off the rack from Candlelite Bridal in April, paying in full with money. The store held onto her gown for her forward of her alterations appointment.

Boyer and her mom tried to name the store’s cellphone quantity, however discovered it was disconnected. From there, she stated she reached out to the store’s proprietor and his spouse by way of social media, textual content, name, and e-mail, however all of her efforts went unanswered. She additionally stated she had messaged the Fb web page of the store and noticed her message had been learn, however nobody had replied. When she went again to revisit the web page a couple of hours later, the web page was gone.

On Monday, Boyer shared her story with 3News. The 3News staff started following up, and equally couldn’t attain anybody from the store. About 30 minutes after 3News knocked on the door of the store proprietor, Boyer acquired a textual content from him, saying he would drop off her gown. After our story aired in “What’s New” Monday night time, 3News’ Isabel Lawrence additionally heard from the store proprietor, who stated they’ve contacted the bride and shall be delivering her robe.

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On Wednesday, the bride-to-be acquired her blissful ending when she acquired her gown in a bundle within the mail. You’ll be able to see her response within the video under:

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