Paralyzed bride miraculously walks down the aisle at her wedding

HarrenThere are love stories that melt your heart because they are incredibly romantic and could be turned into a Kate Hudson movie. Others bring you to tears because they are about stronger things than romance, they are about new beginnings. Dayna Schultz suffered a near fatal accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down and for nine years she has been in a wheelchair. She went online and met the love of her life and two years later she "walked" down the aisle.

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When Dayna started talking to Aaron Harren she knew he was the one, but she was afraid to tell him that she had to spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. When she finally found the courage to share the news, he said it was fine because his mother was in one too. He grew up seeing his loving mother in a chair and he wasn't afraid of that. That answer sealed the deal for Dayna and she said YES when he proposed.

As soon as Dayna and Aaron set the date, she knew she had a year to walk down the aisle. She found a team of physical therapists whose specialty was making paralyzed people walk temporally with the help of intensive rehab and technology. Beautiful, her resilience is really admirable! She trained very hard and taught her lifeless legs to move and that's not easy. She wore special legs braces that support her knees and ankles underneath her beautiful wedding dress.

She made her dream come true! She walked down the aisle with the love of her life in front of her family and friends and she is a true inspiration. Aaron is the luckiest guy in the world, he knows that Dayna would have done anything to marry him. I wish them love, happiness and many wonderful years ahead. Dayna, you have touched our hearts with your love, you are a hero and your wedding will be remembered. I'm sure your story will inspire others to follow their hearts, work hard and live the dream.

Image via Dayna Harren/Facebook

Topics: inspiration  love  role models