A mother and daughter want to post a wedding Long Gown Dress on social media that was apparently missing nearly 30 years ago.
Last week, Danielle Arneson said her mother wanted to show her the wedding dress she wore in 1988.
They pulled out the jars and her mother, Cindy Arnesen, quickly saw that when she walked through the corridor, she did not wear the clothes.
Cindy said: “Thirty years have come a long way, but if there is no hope, we will never leave this post.”
Danielle put her mother’s wedding photos together with their photos on Facebook. This post has been shared more than 5000 times.
Arnesons lives in South Carolina, but Cindy is from Mebane. She said she was removed after getting married in 1988. After getting married, she says her mom took the dress to the Mebane laundry and dry cleaners to be saved. Cindy did not even think about it after receiving the dress – until last week.
Cindy said: “My clothes do not have any creases, so I know it’s not mine.”
She said she now has no use for the Long Gown Dress itself, but hopes she will hand it over to her daughter one day.
Cindy said: “She is my only daughter, so I hope she can use some of my clothes at the wedding.”
After the discovery, they called Mebane Laundry and Dry Cleaners.
The shopkeeper told them that when we reached out, she told ABC11. She said she has been the boss since 2005 and her predecessor has died. She also said that the records were not computerized, so nothing was left.
“My feeling is that this is an honest mistake,” Daniele said. The dry cleaning labels on clothes have only one figure compared to the number they write on the card. ”
Danielle put pictures of the Long Gown Dress on Facebook and asked anyone who had kept their wedding gown at Mebane laundries and dry cleaners around July 1988 to check their clothes.
In just a short time, these dresses have been shared thousands of times.
“Mebane has always been a special place to live,” Cindy said. “When I grow up, I know. The true intentions of Mepbe are the same, people who care for neighbors and communities.
She went on to say that the outreach activities outside Meva have been a surprise to people all over the country.
So Cindy and Danielle hope this story will one day be communicated to the right people.