Military Brides Get Free Wedding Dress with Brides Across America November 11

Two Houston-area bridal salons are giving wedding dresses to military brides next Monday, November 11, thanks to a partnership with Brides Across America. This national, charitable organization helps unite military brides and bridal salons when military brides have not had a formal wedding as a result of deployment. Operation Wedding Gown is a way to honor our troops and veterans and help make dreams come true.

November 11 — Impression Bridal Store: Doors open at 11 am.
Houston Galleria
3005 W. Loop South
713.623.4696

November 11 — Impression Bridal Store: Doors open at 11 am.
Houston Baybrook
18980 Gulf Freeway
Friendswood, Texas
281.486.4696

Brides must pre-register to attend a Free Military Bridal gown event. A $20 tax-deductible donation is required when you pre-register, which goes toward the organization. By pre-registering, the salons will know how many gowns to have on hand. Gowns are given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Pre-register online here. (If you are unable to make the donation, please contact the store about waiving the fee.)

Who is eligible? This free gown applies to couples when one of them was deployed or is currently deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Libya, Kuwiat and Japan in the last five years and have not had a formal wedding. Founder Heidi Janson wants to make a difference by giving those in need the help they deserve. Her organization has given away 8,000 bridal gowns thanks to the salons and designers who donate them.

Wondering if you qualify for this amazing bridal giveaway? Check out the details on the How to Qualify page here. In addition to the deployment aspect, couples must be engaged and/or had a civil ceremony and planning a wedding in the next 18 months.

photo courtesy Brides Across America

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