My sister is a tree hugging, Subaru driving, animal loving, hippie. She is my inspiration for this week’s blog. Although she isn’t getting married anytime soon, I am her big sister and I do work for a wedding planner, so I’ve already planned her wedding out for her. Here are some ideas I came up with.
Let’s face it, a downfall to having a green wedding is that sometimes, the wedding dresses you find look recycled. Well, that’s where The Cotton Bride comes in. This dress, the Sousanna, was my personal favorite. The entire collection is made of organic, American grown materials.
Your bridal party can be a great place to go green. Purely by Alfred Angelo is a line of eco-friendly bridesmaid’s dresses.
As a favor for your guests, why not let them continue the green-lovin’ when they go home? Tulips will come back every year after your guests plant them, and their bulbs make a great favor placed in organic woven green gift boxes. You can order bulbs in bulk at AmericanMeadows.com.
Green and gold can live together in harmony and last as long as your love. These eco-friendly wedding bands are from Green Karat.