N.J. bridal shop gives back to veterans, future wives

On this Veterans Day, a bridal shop in Hamilton Township gave back to veterans and their future wives.

As part of Brides Across America, the Bridal Suite Boutique gave away free wedding dresses to brides-to-be. Owner Danielle Nutt said her father and brother are both veterans, which is why she got involved.

To qualify for a free dress, military personnel must be engaged, be on active duty and have been deployed or will be deployed to either Iraq or Afghanistan. If not a member of the military, recipients must have a fiancé on active duty in either Iraq or Afghanistan.

This is the second year the Brides Across America program has taken place, but the first year the Bridal Suite participated.

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