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Free Wedding Dresses for Military Brides

Posted on Friday, October 25th, 2013 at 1:08 pm
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Military BrideHere is an awesome freebie for military brides! The Brides Across America organization is offering free wedding dresses to military brides that fulfill certain requirements:


  •  You must be engaged, or had a civil ceremony and planning a wedding within the next 18 months
  • You or your fiance were deployed within the past 5 years to Iraq, Afghanistan, Qatar, Bahrain, Libya, Kuwait, Korea or Japan and have not had a formal wedding


  • You or your Fiance will have an upcoming deployment to any areas specified
  •  All military brides must bring a driver’s license or their military ID for verification

Qualifying proof must accompany the bride on day of event:  Copy of deployment papers for you or your Fiance that states the time of deployment and location.


Participating bridal stores will be having events throughout the month of November and only a select amount of gowns will be given away.

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