One conceived mother took care of being able to walk through her daughter's wedding on her wedding day-though she knew she would lose the cancer battle before her marriage.
Emmy of Emmy from Leicestershire, England hired in 2016 and hoped that her mother would be next to her on a big day. Although her mother bravely struggled with the diagnosis of terminal lung cancer, the woman died in 2017, long before her daughter's wedding date in August 2019.
Soon before last week, Emma was thrilled when she received her pink antelope wedding dresses by mail – her mother's shoes paid for her and wrote a "secret" message on her thighs, according to the BBC.
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"I wanted you to give me a present on a wedding day. Your wedding shoes are my gift to you," she read a golden note. "I hope you will have a magic day. A lot, lots of love and big hugs, MUM xxxx"
The 38-year-old bride, of course, was overwhelmed with emotions, reports Metro.
"I started crying … I was absolutely in the bits. I could not breathe, I could not talk," she told the BBC. "It was so difficult to plan a wedding and not to be with me, and I was taut."
Emma announced that her fiancé, Richard, was surprised, though the heels from heaven were the "absolute shock" to receive and indescribably sentimental.
Physicians informed her that after one or two years of diagnosis, Emma's mother wrote letters to family members, though tragically and suddenly she died before she could write her own note to her worried daughter.
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"I did not get a letter, it was only time out of it," Emma said. "So, this is especially for me."
The designer Lace and Love, designer Amanda Weise, said that customizing special shoes was worth the extra effort. Emma's mother secretly contacted Weise, stating that she would not be there on the wedding day of her daughter, the BBC reports. She asked her to pay for her gentle, heels, added a secret message and kept the data from Emma until she delivered the order the designer agreed.
– Shoes were a nice thing to participate. From designing to meet Emmin's requirements to make sure I get a message from her mother to add to her foot, there was a lot of pressure, "Weise said on March 15 for Fox News. we paid for them and we added her a secret message. "
"It was also very emotional, knowing what Emma meant, so the pressure to fix them even bigger," she continued. "I'm so proud of what I can give this gift to Emma and deliver what my mom wanted."
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Although Emma will not tie the knot for a few more months, the story has since hit social media and touched hundreds of hearts.
"What a beautiful story and of course shoes," wrote one fan on Facebook.