Auctioneer Jay Basinger was great at rallying bids for awesome prizes.
White floral centerpieces adorned each table.
Servers brought out dessert, Oreo cheesecake, to guests.
Bridges of Light Foundation founders Stacey and William Papp always look forward to the Players Ball.
A volunteer helps model a piece of women’s jewelry that was up for auction.
Winter Park Construction’s Jeff Forrest and son, Jeff Forrest Jr., loved helping support the cause.
Bridges of Light Foundation sponsors were happy to be a part of the cause.
Guests enjoyed a three-course meal as they listened to the auctioneer.
The room was elegantly lit to set the scene.
John Connolly, guitarist for the band Sevendust, explained to guests the prize his band was offering for the auction.
Emcee Scotty B was on and off stage throughout the evening.
Bridges of Light Foundation co-founder Stacey Papp took to the stage to present an award.
Bridges of Light Foundation co-founder Stacey Papp hugs friend Danielle Newbold, to whom she awarded the foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year award.
Table sponsor Danielle Newbold thanks Bridges of Light Foundation co-founder Stacey Papp for having the opportunity to support the organization.
Emcee Jana helped introduce each phase of the program.
Bridges of Light Foundation founders Stacey and William Papp awarded three students affected by the Pulse nightclub tragedy with college scholarships.
“Nik Nak,” a member of ‘80s tribute band Switch, started off the evening on vocals.
“Mike A.D.,” a member of ‘80s tribute band Switch, rocked out on his guitar.
“Golden Bill,” a member of ‘80s tribute band Switch, had a great time performing.
Guests loved dancing to the music of ‘80s tribute band Switch.
Dana and Christina Bustamante put on props to go into the photo booth with.
Oren and Tali Brockman, Ashley Garcia and Ryan McGrath got ready to dance the night away.
Jason Hicks, Tetyana Milshtein and Ravi Singh — all coworkers at Gucci Orlando — loved being a part of the Players Ball.
Emily Sakol, Diane Dalmain and Phaedra Steele enjoyed catching up with each other.
Jana Schautz, Monica Sakurai and Amanda Crostic — all of the American Fundraising Foundation — got to help ensure the fundraising went smoothly.