Many of you have committed to helping Victoria Huber of Vows by Victoria as she and her community face tremendous loss from Hurricane Laura.
Currently, Victoria is more concerned with helping her community than in help for herself or her business. She is working tirelessly alongside First Pentecostal Church, Lake Charles​ to collect and distribute much needed supplies to those impacted by Hurricane Laura.
The National Bridal Retailers Association has created an Amazon Wish List based on requests from First Pentecostal Church for the victims in Lake Charles.
The items you so generously donate will be delivered directly to First Pentecostal Church and distributed to those that need it most.
We know that this has been a difficult year for business owners. Anything you can spare to help the people of Lake Charles will be greatly appreciated!
With the Amazon Wish List you can purchase items to donate starting at $5. Every item you donate will make a difference in someone’s life in Lake Charles. We appreciate you! 
P.S. It will take a few weeks for Victoria to assess her business needs. She knows that we all stand ready to help just as soon as she is ready. Right now the help that she is requesting is making supply donations to the people of her community.
A special Thank You from the NBRA to The Bridal Outlet, Advance Packaging - The Garment Bag Company​ and Hers Bridal and Special Occasions​. We are forever grateful to you for your generosity.



The National Bridal Retailers Association (NBRA) is spearheading a national effort to assist Vows by Victoria, Lake Charles, LA, a local independent bridal store completely devastated by Hurricane Laura.

Through its network of independent bridal shop owners, NBRA is reaching out beyond its membership to the nearly 3,000 independently-owned bridal retailers in the U.S. to coordinate efforts and help owner Victoria Huber replace weddings gowns and accessories lost to brides of Vows by Victoria.

Logistical planning is underway to identify the dresses needed including style, size and color.

“This is a nationwide effort, and we are all pulling from our individual store inventory to ship dresses to designated locations so they can be handled with care, sorted, packaged, labeled and then delivered to Victoria and her brides,” states Ann Campeau, NBRA director.

“Our goal is to make this national industry effort as smooth and efficient as possible for Vows by Victoria, her family and her brides.”

 This relief effort is not limited to NBRA members only, as any locally-owned bridal salons interested in contributing dresses are encouraged to email
info@nationalbridalretailersassociation.com to be added to the outreach list.

Early response to the program and posts on the association’s FaceBook pages has been very positive… rewarding but not surprising, according to Campeau.

“Local bridal shop owners across the US are heartbroken for Victoria and her brides. So I am not surprised by the outpouring of support from neighborhood bridal shops across the country wanting to help replace dresses for her brides so she can focus on her family and rebuilding,” states Ann Campeau, NBRA director.

Additional details can by found at https://www.nationalbridalretailersassociation.com