Celia Grace offers stunning fair trade wedding gowns that are perfect for the eco-friendly bride. These ethical gowns feature amazing details, and the 2015 collection is a must see!
A Bride With A Social Mission
November is one of the busiest and best months to say “I do,” as the fall holiday brings beautiful weather and great times with family and friends. A Thanksgiving inspired wedding is a fun way to capture these and other qualities we love about Thanksgiving. And because so many of the holiday’s traditions are centered on food, your wedding menu is the perfect opportunity to tie in your holiday theme. Center Cut Catering shares some ideas on how to do so:
Looking for a fast way to spruce up your Thanksgiving dinner table or holiday event? These simple Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas from Anni M. are fast, creative and can be made last minute:
Depending on the wedding venue you choose, there can be many opportunities to utilize alternative power and reduce your event’s energy footprint. If you are having an outdoor wedding, your energy usage will already be minimal, as you will rely on the sun for light and wind for a cool breeze. If you might experience a cold snap, or expect to party outside well into the evening, consider renting natural gas heaters to keep your guests warm.
Have you ever asked yourself, "where can I buy a flower crown?" If so, you might want to consider making your own instead! Your wedding is the outward expression of your creativity, and what better way to show your unique style than a DIY headpiece or floral crown?
Choosing the perfect wedding photographer is not just about finding someone in your budget range. To get the best shots of your big day you want to find a professional who understands (and specializes in) the style of photography best suited for your wedding style and taste.
Crystal Miller began sewing when she was five years old sitting at her mother's feet. She loved sewing so much that by middle school she was sewing her own clothing. At the same time, her interest in the environment began to blossom. "I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and watching the clear cutting and destruction of those primeval, majestic forests created a deep sadness in me." It would not be long before her environmental sensitivity manifested in a line of sustainable wedding gowns fit for goddesses.
There are many different elements that can increase the environmental impact of a wedding, but transportation (especially air travel) is one of the biggest polluters for any destination event. If you are hosting, or attending, a wedding that is less than a day away by car, you might want to consider travelling by train instead of flying. It can end up saving you time and money if you add in connecting flights, layover delays, and transportation costs to and from the airports.
The flowers a couple chooses for their wedding can say a lot about their style - but what about when they decide to forgo cut flowers altogether? A growing number of couples are choosing to base their arrangements around succulents, hardy plants that are as versatile as they are economical.