Downtown Eastside brides get dream wedding dresses

A few low-income brides who used to live in the Downtown Eastside will have the wedding dresses of their dreams, thanks to North Vancouver designer Patty Nayel.

'I feel like Cinderella' says bride

A few low-income brides who used to live in the Downtown Eastside will have the wedding dresses of their dreams, thanks to North Vancouver designer Patty Nayel of Pure Magnolia

The Early Edition's Catherine Rolfsen stopped by to speak to brides-to-be April Bever and Claire Sriranpong, at the final fitting of their gowns, which were made from previously-worn wedding dresses. 

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