Wedding ceremony changed in extravagant feast for homeless in Sacramento


‘When I found out on Monday that the wedding would not be taking place, it just seemed like, of course, this would be something that we would do to give back,’ the would-be bride’s mother Kari Duane, 53, told to the media. She and her husband had the power to smile in the company of their unexpected invitees but her daughter’s choice was to stay home. However she watched as her new guests arrived. The food came from the hotel’s four-star Grange restaurant and included salmon and steak as well as appetizers, salad and gnocchi. Mrs Duane and her daughter will go this week in a trip on Belize replacing the honeymoon. Quinn Duane and Landon Borup became engaged in April last year after they began dating in August 2011.


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