Bride Battling Breast Cancer Dies Hours After Wedding

Posted January 03, 2018

"She struggled with her cancer through the traditional chemotherapy".

The couple started dating in 2015 after meeting at a swing dancing class, leading to his bittersweet wedding proposal on December 23, 2016. After that, they were inseparable, according to Mosher.

He told news organizations that on the day he planned to propose to her on December 23, 2016, she was diagnosed with cancer.

"She didn't know I was going to propose that night, but I said to myself, she needs to know she's not going to go down this road alone", David told WFSB-TV.

'A pair of draft horses, a carriage, and I arranged it all for that night. "We went out on the carriage ride and I proposed to her under a street light". However, soon the doctors said that the cancer spread to his brain and lungs.

Eighteen hours later, Lindsay died. The vows were hard for Karas to document, but the bridesmaid took her camera out towards the end, just in time to capture Heather's fleeting joy, according to WFSB. As someone who wanted nothing more than to see my friend truly happy, I felt I had to capture these images, which by this point I knew were her final moments with us.

"What we were seeing, what she was giving us, what she was giving him, was the last of what she had to give", said Christina Karas, a bridesmaid who captured photos of two getting married at the hospital.

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As per a report by The Daily News, the wedding took place in the chapel of the St. Francis Hospital, Connecticut, with the couple surrounded by their friends and family. The couple exchanged vows in the hospital's chapel.

"This has been a heartbreaking time, but I'm glad this story has brought hope to so many people, " Karas said.

Part of her last words were here wedding vows.

"She was dying and it was clear while we were all there that these were the last moments of her life", Karas, 36, told ABC News. "When you're with your great's like trying to separate your arm from your body, you can't do it".

"It reminds me of someone who is crossing the finish line of a marathon or something", said David. Although the news was heartbreaking, he decided to make the best of his time left with her. "She was able to fight til the end, I'm going to fight until my end". December 30th is the wedding held her funeral.

Her obituary reads:"A musical soul, she could often be found dancing, laughing and singing with her love and partner, Dave Mosher".

"I am in awe of the strength Dave's love inspired in Heather even in her last hours", the photographer and bridesmaid also wrote.

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