The Cotton Bride is one of our favorite eco-gown designers, hands down! Their beautiful collections are every brides dream–soft, sophisticated. yet simple. Made from 100% natural fabrics, these gowns will make a bride feel as amazing as she looks.
We so heart the Vintage Chic Destination collection! These affordable beauties are perfect for summer!
We were so excited to feature some gorgeousness from The Cotton Bride in our new issue too. See the gowns on page 48!
What does timeless glam look like?
For us, it starts with femininity, grace and style. We add in lots of elegance and tad of tradition with some gorgeous modern embellishments, and a stunning Eco-Beautiful bride is ready for the aisle.
We hope that you’re inspired by our Timeless Glam editorial in the new issue! It’s waiting for you on page 48!
Our latest Green Is list features some unique and fun items for your eco wedding and the days in between. We want to make your wedding planning, gift giving and wellness regimen as green as possible, and we’ll hope these goodies will help you to do it with ease!
Take a look on page 14!
When it comes to wedding party style, it’s all in the details. Thanks to some of our fave eco designers and companies, your attendants can hit the aisle decked out in style, with formal wear and accessories that bright and fun to boot. And the best part is everything on our list can be reused or re-worn after the wedding!
Check out Wedding Party Style on page 32!
Gifts for the wedding party can be an unexpected expense and difficult to keep green. But both of those problems are solved in our new issue!
Our go to guy on all things groom-y, Chris Easter of the Man Registry dishes on stylish, eco and budget friendly bridal party gifts. His list includes something for all of the guys and girls on your list.
Read more on page 46!
Just because your wedding is eco, it doesn’t mean it has to be plan and void of color and style. In our new issue, we share some gorgeous, timeless color palettes for spring and summer weddings, along with some design ideas for your florals using recycled containers and natural materials and elements.
All bright, no blah!
See more on page 38…