The wedding dress was one of a handful of pieces of wedding gear that was stolen from a wedding reception at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City on Wednesday.

It was reportedly stolen by a customer who left a note with a picture of the dress and asked if it would be okay to leave the dress at the reception.

The bride and groom were to attend the ceremony in New Jersey.

The dress was a custom-made dress, the bride’s mother said.

A photo of the wedding dress shows a bride who was wearing a formal wedding dress, but it was taken from the reception room.

The groom was not wearing a wedding dress.

The couple were reportedly on their way to a private party when they left the hotel.

According to The New York Post, the couple had planned to be in New Orleans for a wedding the following day, and a bride’s mom told the paper that she feared for the safety of her son.

“It was very upsetting to hear that there was a note that said this is the dress you are going to leave behind,” the bride said.

The wedding dress is part of a collection of wedding dress accessories that includes a custom, silk wedding gown, a custom white silk wedding dress and an elegant floral wedding dress that was made in Japan. “

The bride said the couple told her that the dress had been given to them by someone who had just moved to New York.

The wedding dress is part of a collection of wedding dress accessories that includes a custom, silk wedding gown, a custom white silk wedding dress and an elegant floral wedding dress that was made in Japan.

The bride’s father said the dress was worn by the bride for her wedding.

The New York Times reports that a wedding registry office was closed and that police are investigating the theft.

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