Marissa Hurst, 23, of Des Moines never imagined that the road to her wedding day would be like this: Trying to find a generational dress that she claims was stolen from her car in the parking lot of the apartment complex where she lives.
Marissa Hurst never imagined that the road to her wedding day would be like this.
The 23-year-old Des Moines bride-to-be and Lincoln High School graduate is in the midst of trying to find a generational dress that was allegedly stolen from her car Monday night in the parking lot of the apartment complex where she lives.
Hurst said she was “distraught” and “hysterical” Tuesday morning when she told her grandmother and mother about the missing family heirloom. Their words were comforting, acknowledging that it wasn’t her fault, Hurst said.
But she couldn’t help but take the blame.
“It makes me feel that I kind of let them down,” Hurst told the Register on Thursday.
Hurst said she had collected the dress from her mom, Sheryl McKeehan, a few days prior. She wanted to keep it a secret from her fiancé, Nate Friesen, so she stored it the trunk of her car.
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