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Brides lined aisles at Breast Cancer event

By Julie McCombs, Photographer
Published on Sunday, February 16, 2014

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Brides-to-be were trying on dresses at the Brides against Breast Cancer event.

Julie McCombs

Brides-to-be were trying on dresses at the Brides against Breast Cancer event.



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Each time a bride picked her wedding dress a bell was rung in honor of the sale.

Julie McCombs

Each time a bride picked her wedding dress a bell was rung in honor of the sale.



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Sorority girls that volunteered are Sydney, Maddie, Maddie, Anna, Jennifer, Mary Palmer and Elizabeth.

Julie McCombs

 

Sorority girls that volunteered are Sydney, Maddie, Maddie, Anna, Jennifer, Mary Palmer and Elizabeth.


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The brochures and pamplets were available for Breast Caner Awareness.

Julie McCombs

The brochures and pamplets were available for Breast Caner Awareness.



Brides-to-be were lining the aisles with arms full of dresses to try on at the Brides against Breast Cancer event.

This year the event was held at the Marriott in Greenville and a little snow on the roads didn't stop these brides from attending the informative shopping event.

Each time a bride picked her wedding dress, a bell was rung in honor of the sale with proceeds going to support Brides against Breast Cancer (BABC).

Wedding vendors came with products – flower designs, wedding cakes to taste – to support Kim Postivak the event’s director.

Volunteers from the Theta zeta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha at Wofford College helped the brides with size changes and fit.

BABC, headquartered in Sarasota, Fla., delivers free information and services to thousands of children, adults and caregivers impacted by cancer and will contribute $2 million to help those affected by cancer this year.

Text Brides at 85944 to make a $10 donation.

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