Alisa Ermolaen sings a cappella as the wedding segment of the show begins and the flower girl makes her entrance.
Miriam Rosenberg Contributing Editor
The Beach Club played host to the Second Annual Bridal Creations by La’Vida Fashion Show on the evening of March 4. Using local talent as models and entertainment, the show highlighted fashions for the upcoming prom and wedding seasons. Also featured were dresses for sweet sixteens, communions and that special night out on the town. La’Vida Jervis (owner of Bridal Creations by La’Vida), also used the evening to raise funds to help a family of 15 get back on their feet in the recently flood ravaged Guyana – her native homeland. Shaliza Alli (also a native of Guyana) represented Bridal Creations by La’Vida in the Beach Club’s lobby. She collected a total of $130 with the help of those attending the event.
Stepping out for a night on the town this model has two escorts as she makes her entrance.
|Shaliza Alli (of Bridal Creations by La’Vida) speaks with Gloria Daniels (of Home Interiors and Gifts in Far Rockaway) during the show. Daniels was in Guyana visiting her mother when the floods began. Alli collected $130, on behalf of Bridal Creations, from those attending the show to help a family in Guyana who were victims of the floods. Those wishing to give money can stop by the store in Far Rockaway to leave a donation.Local girls wear the latest in Sweet Sixteen fashions in a group photo taken during the show. Photos by Miriam RosenbergBridesmaids, the maid of honor and the flower girl prepare to welcome the bride.|