Colorado Woman Creates Angel Gowns Out of Wedding Dresses
A Colorado woman is honoring little lives lost too soon by turning wedding dresses into angel gowns.
Sandi Fasano of Front Range Angel Gowns in Evergreen creates and delivers infant burial gowns made from recycled wedding dresses to hospitals free of charge.
"The last thing a family needs to do is go to a toy store and find doll clothes," Fasano told Denver7. "There really isn't any other option but to provide these free of charge."
Wedding dress donations have been pouring in from all over Colorado since Fasano founded Front Range Angel Gowns - some of which are given in memory of lost children or out of the kindness of donors' hearts.
"You can dress your child for the first and last time. And, you can honor that child. Because everything - your hopes and your dreams were in that child," said Fasano, whose child also recently suffered a loss. Feeling helpless at the time, Fasano is now helping others mourn.
Front Range Angel Gowns is not yet a non-profit - something Fasano is working to get finalized. They do not accept cash donations, however, if you'd like to donate materials or learn more about Front Range Angel Gowns, click HERE.