Portrait of a Bride, an Evolving Silhouette – December 1, 2018
American history will come alive with a spectacular display of over 150 years of wedding dresses seen through the eye of the bride. The day she puts on her perfect wedding dress and attire is the day her life changes forever. What we do not realize is that each bride creates a story of themselves impacted by her world.
Leigh Anne Brown shares the story of American brides dating all the way back to the Civil War era discussing the evolution of the wedding dress style, textiles, construction and the modern American woman.
Join us Saturday, December 1st, for an afternoon presentation and reception. Be transported through time, as Leigh Anne shares the stories of different wedding dresses and their sequences in American History. Adults and girls 14 and older are invited to attend. This event is sponsored by the GSC Alumnae and proceeds will benefit Girl Scouts of Citrus. For more information please contact Trish Bergelt with the GSC Alumnae Leadership Team at The5pbs@aol.com. Register now, space is limited.
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Doors open: 12:30 p.m.
Florida American Legion Hall
1912 Lee Road
Orlando, FL 32810
(Girl 14 and older are welcome to attend)
Are You Creative?
Register to “Create a Centerpiece”. This is your opportunity to showcase your talent. Create a beautiful table centerpiece to be put on display the day of the event. Your Centerpiece will be voted on by the attendees with a Grand Prize of $100 Visa Gift Card. Cost to enter is only $8.00.