Our Managing Editor and resident style authority, Robin Fisher, will be heading to NYC for Bridal Market in a few days and we can’t wait to see what eco-stylish bridal loveliness she finds there. When it comes to bridal fashion, this is the event of the season, with aisles and runways filled with the best designs for Spring 2014.
Follow Robin on Instagram and Twitter @polishedimage to go behind the scenes with her this weekend. Some of our fave eco designers, like Claire Pettibone, Romona Keveza, Monique Lhuillier and Rafael Cenomo have been spotted at past Markets, so stay tuned!
The Fashion Medley
Wed Altered is the perfect for an Eco-Beautiful bride to spend a weekend afternoon. This Saturday and Sunday, Wed Altered hits NYC with lots of stylish, eco-friendly necessities for your wedding day. They’ll be wedding dresses, accessories, the works!
The event will also feature organic, catered eats by Bread and Spoon, who will also offer cooking classes on site. Yum!
Grab your tickets while there’s still time. Wed Altered is offering a discount to Eco-Beautiful readers (discount code EcoBeautiful), so get yours here…
Ece and Warren’s wedding day started out chilly, windy and rainy, but they didn’t let anything cloud the love. The bride and her female attendants (including her sweet daughter Talia) prepped for the day at the groom’s parents’ home, which was filled with antiques and provided great vintage props for the photographers to use.
The ceremony site overlooked the water, and when the clouds eventually gave way to sunshine right after the ceremony, the setting was perfect. Ece, Warren and their family waltzed the night away in a field of fairy lights…such magic.
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding Wishes to Ece and Warren!
Photography: Hillary Cam Photography
Ceremony Venue: The Lovely Little Bay Chapel
Reception Venue: Le Montage
Hair: Penny Martin
Make-up: Lily Boz
Flowers: M&A Fresh Cut Flowers
Dress: Idora Bridal
Suits: Spurling Formal Wear
Civil Celebrant: Jason Webster
Warren’s (The Groom’s) Band: The Havknotz
Your wedding invitations can (and should) plant trees; not destroy them.
Every year, eco-friendly invitation designers Bella Figura partners with American Forests to plant more trees throughout the US and in countries across the world. Last year, their campaign planted over 2,000 trees, and hopefully this, they can double that!
Here’s how you can help—visit Bella Figura’s invitation gallery until October 8th, and choose your favorite designs and purchase samples for just $1. For every sample sold, Bella Figura will plant one tree.
The invitations are all gorgeous, so let’s plant a forest Eco-Beautifuls!