Bride Jenna Rose, standing together with her dad and Shannon Keil, was the primary wedding ceremony costume recipient.

The Regent in Riverview has introduced its second annual Wedding ceremony Costume Giveaway, which is able to give wedding ceremony clothes to chose lecturers and soon-to-be-brides.

“Educators simply grew to become the subsequent group of people that actually have needed to modify how they do issues [due to the coronavirus] … so we figured it will be an awesome appreciation for them as effectively,” defined The Regent CEO Shannon Keil.

The Regent has collected round 50 donated wedding ceremony clothes from native bridal outlets like Satin & Lace Bridal Boutique in Riverview and Flora’s Bridal in Brandon and preserved clothes from former brides within the space. These donated clothes will likely be given to lecturers who have been nominated by their friends and chosen by a staff outdoors of The Regent.

“We’ve got had plenty of donations from individuals dropping them off, so it has change into a neighborhood factor for individuals to really feel like they’re related to it,” stated Keil.

Keil additionally talked about that a few of final yr’s well being care staff who obtained clothes have reached out and supplied to assist The Regent with its second occasion.

Nominations have been submitted via The Regent’s web site all through February and brides will likely be chosen and fitted for his or her robe in April.

“I feel the most important a part of it’s simply ensuring sufficient individuals find out about it … and we give as many clothes as we will away,” stated Keil. “I hope that it encourages others to offer again and to do little surprising issues.”

The occasion will conclude in Might with a brunch for the brides, who will choose their clothes.

“I adore it when the lady is available in for the becoming and she or he places on the costume and it matches her like a glove and her face lights up,” defined Keil. “There’s only a look on her face when she places ‘the one’ on, and that second is price the whole lot.”

The Regent remains to be accepting costume donations. To donate, name The Regent at 571-2494 or drop off a costume between 9:30 am-4:30 pm, Tuesday via Friday. For extra info on the occasion, go to The Regent’s Fb web page or go to its web site at


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