Epilogue - Catwalk for a Cause Benefit

May 23, 2010

The schedule of this past week was busy. I am relaxing now and enjoying the time to reflect on all the fun! Thursday evening's bridal fashion show and auction, Catwalk for a Cause, was a genuine treat. Bella Rose Bridal Boutique of Shelby Township, MI sponsored this event to benefit Macomb County's Care House, Child Advocacy Program, but I am happy to share that the brides and others who attended this event at the Crank's Catering new banquet hall, Enchantment, found much to enjoy. All 4 generations of women involved in the Bella Rose experience were on hand; with the hard work and expertise of Michelle and Brittany of Bella Rose evident in every magical touch of the evening!

We were greeted with a delicious buffet, to satisfy the hungry appetite after a day of work and an assortment of yummy confections.

Detroit's own Gossip Girls were on hand and involved in the hosting and modeling of the benefit. Danielle and Lauren are waiting at the open bar, perhaps for the evening's signature martini, the Bridal Bliss?! . . . which was oh so pink and refreshing.

After time to enjoy food, drink, conversation, and a heart-warming introduction by Michelle and Britanny of Bella Rose, Gossip Girl Danielle and Michelle's hubby began the hour long fashion parade of a broad sampling of bridal and bridesmaids' gowns that are available at Bella Rose. Many of these gorgeous options were up for silent auction for starting bids that were truly astonishing. Local ladies with weddings in the planning really need to look for this benefit event next year. You really don't want to miss this event.

Here are some of the gowns we enjoyed on the catwalk . . . .

The following gown, modeled by Detroit Gossip Girl Veronica, was a stand-out for me. The moving vision created by the simple, yet interesting swirl of layering was stunning. . . and Veronica knew just how to work this look!

A few Breeziway headpieces were in the show, like the Tress & Beyonce as shown in the two photos below. These are available at the Bella Rose Bridal Boutique. Thank you, Michelle and Britanny, for including them in the show. It is always a thrill for me to see our designs on such lovely women.

The finale of the show featured several designs from the "Something Blue" collection of local designer, Ariel Jennifer Taub. Lovely. . .

I look forward to this benefit event next year. . . Class act from beginning to end!



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