Heartbreaking Jilted bride destroys dress with bridesmaids after groom cancels wedding via text message

After crying for days, the jilted bride decided to do something drastic, she gathered her bridesmaids and destroyed her wedding dress along with theirs

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A bride whose wedding was called off by her fiancé few days before their nuptials has shown her strength the best way possible.

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Kilee Manulak was busy preparing for her wedding when she received a text message from her fiancé saying he didn't want to marry her after their two-year engagement.

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“I just kind of went numb, my maid of honor, my mom, and all my friends just helped me… I was just so devastated, ” Manulak said.

After crying for days, the jilted bride decided to do something drastic. She gathered her bridesmaids and destroyed her wedding dress along with theirs at a Color Fun Fest in Tampa.

“It was actually very liberating, I don’t want a pity party. I just want to have fun with it,” she told WishTV.

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Manulak told reporters she would ever have done something like this if things had gone according to plan.

“I wanted to keep my dress. I wanted to maybe alter it, or do something new to it. But I definitely didn’t want to destroy it,” she said.

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The jilted bride then thanked her fiance for sparing her the heartache she would have experienced in the future if they had gotten married.

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“I definitely want to tell him thank you for sparing me heartaches down the road, and thank you for letting me go so I can find true happiness,” Manulak said.

Manulak said the support she gets from friends and family is what keeps her going for now.

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