OUT OF GRIEF COMES LASTING GRACE, BEAUTY AND DIGNITY

Eric Elronde, founder and owner of couturiers, Erikr House, is charitably repurposing old wedding dresses and formal gowns into beautiful “Angel Gown™ garments” for infants who do not survive their journey into this world.

At a time of utmost grief and sorrow, an Angel Gown™ is a small but deeply meaningful way to alleviate some of a family’s difficulties and great sadness.  The Angel Gown™ Initiative assists bereaved families with an important practical issue: how to provide a passed child with the greatest dignity and grace.

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Brides donate their dresses to help grieving families say goodbye to their babies

An Angel Gown™ is a beautiful garment made using donated wedding dresses in which a bereaved mother buries her child, this charity is helping SA families.

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Netwerk24 – Engelrokke vir ‘verlore babas’ | 15 October 2017