Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness hanging candy concept in entrance of home with wrap steps

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink Mila Hoffman Couture holding pink umbrella

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl with blue hair in kawaii outfit laying on floor with candy in her hair

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl on swing high in trees with pink parachute dress

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in Kawaii outfit holding a pink clear umbrella with candy raining down

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink Kawaii outfit in front of pink umbrellas with candy raining down

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink Kawaii outfit in front of pink umbrellas with candy raining down

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in kawaii outfit laying on floor with candy in her hair

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in kawaii outfit with blue hair

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl sitting in chair with kawaii outfit and a lollipop

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink Mila Hoffman couture dress

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink Mila Hoffman Couture from behind

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl sitting on a swing in kawaii outfit and pink parachute skirt

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl in pink kawaii outfit and hair holding a pink umbrella

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness girl posing in pink kawaii outfit

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness group shot of kawaii girls

Sweet is the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness shot of girl laying on floor

I finally have the details of the “Sweet is the Cure” photoshoot. Once again, Camellia Concepts put together amazing ideas. Amy never ceases to amaze me.

The theme for this concept was lolita candy girls in support of breast cancer awareness. Our photographers included, Barbie Trammel from Southern Sass Publications and Homespun Memories Photography, and Roxanne Burger from Southern Sweet Tea Photography. Both ladies did a wonderful job photographing everyone.

We also had special guest, Mila Hoffman Couture, bring in her fabulous, pink gown for a couple of the models to wear. It’s absolutely stunning, and I can’t wait to share more of Mila’s work. You’ll be reading more about her work in the future.

This time around, the day was much shorter compared to the last concept shoots. I didn’t bring my own photographer and make-up artist. It was so kind of Teresa Chuck to do my make-up, and help force this wig on my head. The other wonderful artist was Sherry Taff. They both helped mostly every girl get ready.

If you would like to purchase your own copy of the September Issue of Sassy Couture, click the link here. You can see some of the past photo shoots, also. I’m not sure if I was featured in the magazine, but there are still some gorgeous images.

I’m planning on making an appearance this Sunday for a mini-session with Mila Hoffman at Camellia Concepts. Stay tuned for pictures and videos on my Instagram account. I’ll, also, be at the September 9th, spooky TFP shoot.

If you’re a model and want to get involved, make sure you check out the upcoming photo shoots. Amy can always use back-up photographers, also. You won’t be disappointed in this opportunity.

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Bye, lovelies!

Stephanie

S. Casey

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