A special kind of boudoir photography
Boudoir Photography for Breast Cancer Survivors
A unique brand of boudoir photography for Breast Cancer Survivors to help heal body & soul
Imagine survivors coming together for a weekend Way Out West, filling an entire luxurious B&B or rustic lodge, dressed and draped in silky lacy things, treated to hair/makeup/nails laced with camaraderie, encouragement, laughter and bonding. Where private boudoir photo sessions foster strength and confidence to reveal a woman's beauty, creating striking images for keepsake photobooks to give her memories and validation forever, all at no cost to them.
June 2012 Pilot Project in Helena, Montana—9 Survivors, 9 Photo Shoots
We launched the pilot project to turn a Great Idea into an Actual Event, with 9 survivors (30-ish to 70-something) coming together for a day of pampering and boudoir photography at the luxurious Carolina Bed & Breakfast in historic Helena, Montana. Entirely donated and provided in-kind, the daylong event proved that this unique approach to healing can work well as post-operative therapeutic care for breast cancer survivors.
Celebrating a Survivor's Beauty at Any Age, Any Stage ...
to come back to beauty, back to sexy, back to fun & feeling pretty.
Warmly received by the survivors, community and local media, Pink Ribbon Boudoir events will continue to benefit others only through the generosity of kind people like you. Please contact us Way Out West to sponsor an event, contribute to an event, or provide funding for an ongoing program of events.
There is no shortage of survivors. Let's help mend lives.
Give the gift of beauty and confidence to a Survivor you know—or don't know.
Sponsor and Send a Survivor you Love.
What Survivors say about Pink Ribbon Boudoir:
"This is a neat way to feel beautiful and sexy even if you've lost your breasts."
"I love it. All I see is pretty."
"For survivors, it's a validation that they are whole and attractive and desirable."
"You have left me with a memory that I will carry on for years to come."