Bride’s Beach Wedding Was Almost Ruined, Until Something Miraculous Happened

Every woman dreams of the perfect wedding day, so when something goes wrong it can be devastating. Dulce Gonzalez had planned the perfect beach wedding, but mother nature had something else in mind and decided to ruin the day with a monstrous thunderstorm and downpour of rain.

Luckily for the 24-year-old bride, a nearby neighbor had been watching the preparations for the wedding outside of their beach house. Since Cynthia Strunk and her husband moved into the house in 1999, they’ve seen dozens of weddings take place on the Pascagoula, Mississippi, beach.

Heartbroken by the storm that had moved in, Cynthia ran up to the bride and offered to host the wedding inside her beach home. The bride’s mother started crying and Gonzalez thanked the woman as tears filled her eyes.

Cynthia hurried to prepare her home, and within a few minutes all of the wedding guests were ushered into the house where they were protected from the rain. The cozy wedding then went off without a hitch and everyone could see the beautiful rainy beach from the windows.

After the wedding, Gonzalez’s father delivered a heartwarming speech that thanked the Strunks for their kindness and generosity that saved his daughter’s special day. “We were just happy to do it,” said Cynthia. To us, it was no big deal.”

The newlyweds have kept in touch with the Strunks and have even brought the older couple cake and flowers for the Fourth of July. Gonzalez says she plans on making them dinner sometime soon. The Strunks even told them that if they ever have children, they should bring them by the house so the kids can see where the marriage took place.

What a happy ending to what could have been a disastrous day. Be sure to share this heartwarming story with your family and friends. We all love a happy ending!


COMMENT POLICY: We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment!