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We originally featured this colorful wedding in 2011, and it’s just as fun today as it was then!
Bride Shanda, who is an art teacher, made 1000 paper cranes for her wedding day. She and her groom, David, infused their wedding day with cultural influences from all over the globe. Details included bali flags and a mehendi design on the wedding cake.
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Photography: D Jones Photo
NYC bride and groom Anna + Stephan chose a nearby island along the St. Lawrence River (Anna’s grandparents have a home there) for their eco-fun wedding day. The entire wedding was DIY by the bride, friends and family, and the love shows in the details. The reception food was sourced locally, with a few additions from a few guests. Anna’s third grade students even chipped in and grew the garlic featured in the gumbo. Adorable!
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding wishes to Anna + Stephan!
Photography: The Story Photography
Transportation: Clayton Island Tours
Band: Edith & Bennett
For an Eco-Beautiful wedding, enviornmentally-UNfriendly balloons are a no-no. But that doesn’t mean your venue ceilings need to be bare, either.
From borrowed vintage umbrellas to upcycled material, the sky’s the limit when it comes to decking out the ceremony or reception space.
Keep your guests looking up at with some creative and fun options that are eco-friendly and won’t break the budget!
Photos (all via Lover.ly)