It's every bridesmaid's worst nightmare: A dress left hundreds of miles away and a fast-approaching wedding.

Luckily, Southwest Airlines came to the rescue for a bridesmaid who left her dress in Houston after heading to a Saturday wedding in Costa Rica. A friend tweeted Southwest Airlines to see if they could deliver the dress on an upcoming flight.

Alright, let’s do it!https://t.co/N9y5iK4lpT

— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir)March 1, 2019 

One of the bridesmaid's friends dropped the dress off at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston this morning, and the dress is now safely packed in a duffel and en route to Costa Rica.

UPDATE: The dress has arrived at Houston Hobby!

(Shout out to the bridesmaid’s friend Rachel, who dropped it off at the airport this morning. We all need a friend like Rachel.)pic.twitter.com/K7aqVb25DY

— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir)March 1, 2019 

You can track the dress's journey using Southwest's flight tracker. There's less than one hour until it's reunited with its rightful owner.

UPDATE:

Operation #RescueTheDress is complete. It was a happy ending for all in Costa Rica, after the dress landed around 2 p.m. and was soon reunited with its bridesmaid.

Ladies and gentlemen, it has arrived.

Operation#RescueTheDress: COMPLETE!pic.twitter.com/vxNH812IXG

— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir)March 1, 2019 

Lessons learned: If you forget an important article of clothing, an airline might come to your rescue, and your bridesmaid's dress might just go viral.