Wayzata clothier delivers groom's forgotten pants to Costa Rica


No pants? No problem – at least if you're a groom who leaves his wedding trousers behind at Judd Frost Clothiers in Wayzata.

The Star Tribune says the clothier went the extra mile (and then some) to make sure a groom – who left his wedding pants behind in the changing room of Wayzata shop – had the trousers in time for his nuptials in Costa Rica.

Jason Anderson, 32, of Maple Grove, and his fiancee, Heather Spaeth, 32, of Wayzata, are set to be married Monday afternoon.

According to the paper, Judd Frost (pictured) couldn't find an overnight courier to deliver the item to Anderson on time. So Frost sent his daughter, Jessie Frost, on an 11-hour flight to the Central American nation to deliver the $500, tan gabardine suit pants.

Judd Frost says he was able to reach Spaeth through Facebook Sunday afternoon to say her fiancee left Wayzata with his $1,300 suit jacket and vest, tailored white-patterned shirt, lavender paisley tie, alligator belt and cuff links all zipped into a garment bag, according to the Star Tribune. However, the vest obscured the hanger that should have been holding the pants.

Spaeth said in an email that she and Anderson were "incredibly speechless" by the gesture and called Judd and Jessie Frost "life savers."

Jesse Frost, who endured bumpy back-roads to deliver the pants, said in an email that she felt like she was "carrying treasure through the jungle," the paper says.

“It’s pretty intense, but feels pretty great,” she wrote in email.

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