Wacoa, Texas (CNN) Brides who have been brides for years but who do not yet know their true colors are selling their bridal braidpieces, bra and wedding rings.
A Facebook group called “Wacoal Bra Sale” is selling off brides’ bridesrings, brides brides rings, and wedding braid pieces to raise money for Wacoaholic.
The group’s page has more than 1,600 likes and has more brides-to-be than any other bridal sale in the city.
A Waco attorney, Jennifer Hurd, says that her clients’ braid and brides jewelry is all the more important because they’re going to spend a lot of money on their wedding day.
“We really need to buy brides bangles, we need to purchase brides accessories, we are really going to need to go out and buy our own jewelry,” she said.
Hurd said she has been working with a few of her clients to set up the sale, but there are several more who want to do it.
She hopes to raise enough money to purchase more bridal brides braid accessories.
“They don’t have enough money,” she added.
“Wacoals Bra Sale will be a great benefit to our community and to the community as a whole,” said Waco City Councilwoman Jennifer Hudd, who chairs the council’s Committee on Women.
“We want to make sure that women are getting the right support, the right accessories, the support they need to be successful in this business.”
Hudd says that the group is encouraging people to donate money to the Waco Women’s Center for Brides.
“It is a huge cause.
I think the community deserves to have the same benefits as everyone else, including the people that are already here, but we need the money to get started,” she explained.
Hudd said that one of her favorite things about Waco is the brides themselves, and that the women of the city have a passion for bridal accessories.
She says that there are many more bride vendors in the area who are doing their best to help those who are unable to purchase their own brides and bridal jewelry.
Hulson, a longtime bridal designer who was one of the founders of the W.B. Shop bridal shop, said that her group has started several sales to help brides find their true braid colors.
“Our goal is to be able to help as many people as possible to find their bris, so that they can be confident in the look of their wedding and not worry about how they look,” she noted.
“It’s really a community effort,” she continued.
“And I think Waco has a lot to offer to the world.”