Grooms can get creative, too!
For spring weddings, local plants, flowers and even recycled paper make for fashionably fun boutonnieres. Add a little twine for rustic, natural look, or upcycled fabric (maybe Dad or Grandpa’s hankie?) to the stems for an extra eco touch.
Don’t forget the groomsmen!
It’s a little chilly today in the Northeast, so how about some sunshine? Our couples on the West Coast never fail us with weddings that are full of fun and sun, and this wedding is just that. As do many of our featured eco couples, Megan and Will enlisted the help of family to craft their special day. Their Pasadena wedding and reception featured flowers, cake, and even music lovingly provided by family. Megan and Will were actually married at the same venue where Will’s parents were married! What a touch!
Photography: Allison Meginn Photography
Venue: Cal Tech, Pasadena
Catering: Eco Caters
Sarah and Brendan’s lakeside wedding was simple and sweet. Held at The Candlewood Inn in Connecticut, the couple kept it traditional and personal…
Many Eco-Beautiful wishes to Sarah + Brenden!
Photographer: Samantha Lauren Photographie
Venue: The Candlewood Inn
Dress: David’s Bridal
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: BLACK by Vera Wang
Wedding Tree Guest Book: Bleu De Toi
Hair Stylist: Dawn’s Pizzazz Artistic Group & Day Spa
Floral Designer: Floral Designs by Nancy
For weddings held during the cooler months, a stylish bolero, shrug or jacket is a must-have to stay warm. In addition to keeping the chill away, they also bring some style and versatility to your gown for outdoor pics, and during the ceremony or reception. There are a number of options out there, so you can get as creative and trendy as you’d like!
Winter weddings are ideal for a little flower girl glitz! A little touch here and there—on her dress, basket or accessories is perfect. She’ll feel and look like a little princess, and there’s a really good chance that she’ll want to wear her sparkle again and again!