The number of designers making eco wedding gowns is growing every year, and the ones who have been at it a while are really coming into their own. This year's natural wedding dress collection is one of the best we have ever seen - with knockout gowns at every price point. These gowns are all made from completely natural materials like organic cotton, hemp silk, and fair trade linen.
Are you planning a rustic or country wedding? If so, you might want to include some deer antler decorations in your decor. Male deer grow and shed their majestic antlers every year - making antlers a completely natural, renewable and sustainable resource. Deer antlers are made of "true bone," so they are extremely strong. Different species of deer have different antler shapes and sizes, but generally speaking, the older a deer is the larger the antlers grow.
Thinking about including plum, purple, violet or details in your upcoming wedding or celebration? These rich hues add drama and sophistication to any affair and can be woven in to your decor from your invitations to your favors. The good news for lilac lovers is that you can now have a "green" purple wedding from start to finish. Here are some of our favorite ideas and details that will make a big impact on your guests while being kind to the earth.
Paper plays an important part in your wedding planning, from invitations and save the dates to RSVPs and programs. They provide your guests with important information as well as stay true to your wedding theme. Despite the necessity of such things, there’s a dark side to the papermaking industry. Trees are cut down, factories are popping up everywhere, and toxins are emitted into the air and water.
The admission of all admissions: on my wedding day, I was breaking out. It was, sadly, as terrible as it sounds. Our photographer was a saint though, so barely any trace of my skin’s unhappiness will be passed on to posterity with our digital records of the otherwise perfect-dream-come-true day. But if I had to do it all over again? Yes, yes - a million times yes; I
Edible favors are a fantastic way to ensure the sweet memory of your wedding continues long beyond the day. Some people like to give guests cookies or candies, but signature drink favors are a new twist on an old idea.