Getting fit for the big day is a priority for many brides, and thanks to Dallas-based KaMit, your workout gear can still be eco! The company has an eco-friendly line that uses bamboo and organic cotton, keeping the clothes breathable and comfortable. Perfect for yoga, spinning or running! And if you need to run a few errands after your workout, you can still be cute and comfy in these pieces that can easily double as upscale clothing.
Check out KaMit’s eco-friendly line (we love the handpainted Joy Collection Multi Language T) here!
Avid hikers Nina and Sergey chose the mountains of Santa Cruz for their forest-themed wedding this summer. The décor elements included only natural materials—envelope-free invitations printed on eco paper, bamboo stands for the sweets, birch trunks etched with the locations of the couple’s favorite US hiking spots (reception table names!) moss and dried lavender.
Their vegetarian menu incorporated lots of local ingredients too!
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding wishes to Nina and Sergey!
Photos: Choco Studio
Last week’s Real Bride, Kendall, added a touch of vintage to her wedding day with a collection of vintage suitcases that belonged to her grandmother. The suitcases were used as décor for the wedding, and afterwards, Kendall used the luggage on her honeymoon! Of course we loved the idea, and so much so that we thought we’d inspire you with a few different ways to use vintage suitcases on your wedding day too…
If ‘fashionably quirky and elegantly glamorous” are the words that come to mind when you think of your wedding gown, we’ve come across the designer for you—Wilden London. Designer Charlotte spins confections of jewel-encrusted and vintage and reworked lace-embroidered fabrics (and even hand-paints too) in a London studio. Specializing in bespoke designs, Charlotte works hands-on with brides from design sketch to final fitting to ensure the end result is the dress a bride’s dreams are made of.
Find out more about Wilden Bride London at wildenbridelondon.com.
As promised on Friday, we have a few more gorgeous details from Kendall + John’s Charleston wedding! Their wedding color palette of eggplant, khaki and mustard provided the backdrop for a day rich with family treasures— a collection of suitcases that belonged to the bride’s grandmother, photos and cotton from the groom’s family farm that was used for centerpieces. So many vintage and eco elements—we love it!
And a few more…
It’s all in the details! We hope you enjoyed Kendall + John’s day as much as we did!
Flowers. Jennigray Hewitt of RiverOaks
flowers and programs . RiverOaks
dress . white
hair + makeup . Article 5 Salon
caterer . Granville’s
cake + pie bar . Sugar Bakeshop
videographer . Leslie Buhler
band . Two 3 Ways