Once you pick out that perfect dress you begin your quest for the perfect accessories. Normally you would have to search high and low and go to many stores to find something that matched but not for our 20 lucky ladies that came to the boutique! We had at least 50 pairs of shoes, beautiful earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, clutches, and an ULTA makeup giftbox for each participant.
Because our event is for foster children we are unable to post many of their pictures but here are some of the boutique and our wonderful volunteers! We started setting up the boutique (which was held at the Ginsburg home in Winter Park) the day before. We created dressing rooms in the ballroom complete with a full length mirror lamp and a chair in each dressing room. We organized the dresses by size and then color, displayed the shoes by size and color, and detaged all jewelry, purses, and dresses. On the day of the event our volunteers arrived to get everything in order and to be the foster student’s personal shopper. Once they found their dream dress and accessories UCF Costume Designers were on hand to make sure the dress was perfect! On the day of their prom the girls are set with to jet with a gift certificate to get their hair and makeup done at Gary Lambert ‘s Salon, a gift card for a mani and pedi, and visa gift card for dinner.
Prom for dreams
Sarah Compher and Ashley Bishop<br />firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com<br />April 22, 2010<br />EEX 4070<br />
Prom for Dreams<br />“Our success is measured in memories made.”<br /> -Caitlin Connolly<br />Caitlin Connolly<br />
Prom for Dreams<br />We were so excited to participate in Prom for Dreams and be involved in it as much as we were able to be.<br />We were nervous to see if we could to find enough dresses and make it a night to remember for the participants. <br /><ul><li>We knew it would be a big event but it definitely exceeded our expectations!</li></li></ul><li>Dresses<br />Dresses<br />Dresses<br />
Prom for Dreams benefits junior and senior foster students.<br />The boutique was specific to a girls prom needs but we did have 2 boys that participated on the side. <br /><ul><li>We had students from a variety of different ethnic backgrounds
Some stay in foster homes while others stay with foster parents. There were a few that were even financially independent and lived on their own</li></li></ul><li>Lavon!<br />Cheyanne!<br />
Sarah Compher<br /><ul><li>A sister of Theta Alpha Christian Sorority