But can you imagine spending hours picking out your favorite wedding dress, dreading the price tag, only to have it given to you for free?
According to station QWAD in Illinois, a Utah woman had her dress paid for by a complete stranger. A few weeks after her engagement on January 25, 2015, she went shopping to find the perfect dress. After trying on several dresses and finding the right one, Liz Jenson tried to pay for the dress. She was told by shop's owner that the $495 dress had already been paid.
Apparently another customer was perusing dresses and decided that she would rather buy another patron's dress. She decided that Liz Jenson was the one she wanted to help and paid for the dress. The woman left the store before Liz knew what happened. Although Liz doesn't know who her benefactor is, she was so touched by the gesture that she is encouraging her wedding guests to do a kind service to others. Sometimes it only takes one kind gesture to inspire many people to do the same. For Liz, she wants her benefactors kindness to grow exponentially.