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93-Year-Old Turns To Facebook To Ask For Help Choosing Wedding Dress

Society makes us feel that as we get older, our life starts wounding down. But in reality, that’s not the case at all. In fact, as you get older that’s really when you can start living your life. Doing the things you’ve always wanted to do.

That includes getting married. Which exactly the case for 93-year-old Sylvia Martin who has turned to Facebook to ask the public what dress she should wear to her wedding. If that’s not the cutest thing, I don’t know what is.

Planning a wedding can be pretty stressful. From choosing the perfect Venue, to having the prettiest flowers to the music to the cake. You want to make sure your special day is perfect. For Sylvia, however, it’s the dress that is most important.

You see, Sylvia has refused multiple proposals by Frank, who’s waiting a long time to marry her. What a guy.

Sylvia didn’t want to disrespect her deceased husband by changing her last name. Then she got sick and moved to Canberra to be close to family.

At that point Frank lost all hope. But then she recovered and reconnected with Frank, who ended up moving to Canberra to be close to her.

When he popped the question this time, Sylvia found out that she could marry Frank without changing her last name. She said yes!

Alright, now for the dresses. Sylvia has posted 4 possible dresses she wishes to wear and she wants the facebook world to help her pick one! Here’s the first one.

The second is a fun floral print that makes this fitted dress more of a playful option. The sleeves are three-quarter length and has a modest v-neck.

The third option is a lace burgundy dress with a round neck and three-quarter length sleeve. The sleeves also have cute frills at the end.

The last option is a super classy, yet trendy cape dress that has feel length sleeves and a high collar. It looks like Sylvia chose the floral print! Great choice!


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