Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Winter Wedding Theme

Planning a winter wedding can be fun. You can bring in various themes such as "Winter Wonderland", "Snowflake theme", or a traditional "Christmas theme". Like any them you don't want to overdo your theme, carefully selecting certain elements will bring your theme do life without overkill. Think about bringing in the theme through favors, centerpieces, and colors.

Winter wonderland and Snowflake Themes

If you happen to live in a snowy area, taking advantage of your surroundings and choosing a great location can bring the ultimate wonderland experience to your guests. If you don't then create the perfect winter wonderland space. Think about using white colored branches, snow covered branches, white Christmas lights,snowflakes, etc. You can plant the branches to create clusters of branches to make a big impact without killing your decoration budget. Bringing in a lighting specialist and set up blue lights against white walls or curtains. Or have them create snowflake effects to shine on walls or floors. Keep in mind that lighting specialist can be costly so do your homework and choose your options wisely. Instead of lighting the whole room you my opt to highlight a certain area. Talk to your lighting specialist they will help you to create a beautiful event within your budget. Always remember less is more so don't go overboard. Blue has grown to be the popular color for a winter wonderland wedding, the color blue is often associated with the cold. You can choose a baby blue or go for a deeper sapphire blue like the one found in Hanukkah decorations. Accents of silver and white are great for this theme.

Think of an ice sculpture or martini luge for your cocktail hour. You can also create a specialty cocktail using blue liqueurs available, talk to your catering hall or mixologist.

As with any event your invitations set the mood for your guest.

Chill Out "> Midnight Blue

Favors can help in creating the wonderland experience as well.

Snowflake Bookmarks

Wine Bottle topper.

AttireIf you were thinking of a full gown, this might be a great theme to wear it in. It brings fantasy images of a princess in a snow covered kingdom. A furry stole can be great to keep you warm. For your bridesmaids you can choose blue dresses with silver accents and accesories.


Wedding Cakes often become focal points at a wedding, bring in your theme their also.

winter cake

winter wonderland cake

Be Inspired by a winter wonderland theme

Thursday, October 21, 2010

What is a wedding Trousseau?

Trousseau, according to Webster’s a trousseau is the personal possessions of a bride usually including clothes, accessories, and household items and wares.

Throughout history women have made preparations for their new marriage by preparing a trousseau. A traditional trousseau would include items that they would need to start their new home together. Items such as bed lines, bath towels, it also included bridal accessories, jewelry, lingerie, toiletries, and makeup. They would be packed away in a hope chest, which would sometimes be prepared for long railroad or ship rides. Often the items were a labor of love that involved all the women in the family hand sewing the various garments. I am sure moms are happy we have Victoria Secrets and Macy’s to help us out today.

In the Victorian era, an elaborate trousseau was a sign of wealth and social standing would include the finest European linen and clothing

Even today, the trousseau is considered items that brides need to get through their wedding, including pre and post wedding activities: although, you may not find it pack away in a cedar hope chest. Instead the modern trousseau is gathered from engagement, shower and wedding parties. It might include new clothes, vacation wear, sports gear, and luggage. Cash gifts received at any of the pre wedding events can also be used to purchase what you have not received.

Monday, September 27, 2010

How to assemble your wedding invitations

You have found your dream invitations, placed an order and received your delivery. You open one box in great anticipation to see the finished product. After taking in the beauty of your invitation, you notice that there are so many other boxes. So many do I start to assemble without leaving anything out.

You should put together one full invitation and take to the post office for weighing so that you could know exactly how much postage you will need. The post office has wedding related stamps that you can use or you can order custom stamps from an online site like

To begin create piles of of each piece of the wedding ensemble. In the order that they will be placed. This will help make your list manageable and ensure that you do not forget anyone on your list. Have your completed list

Most printed wedding invitations arrive flat and need to be folded before you can begin assembling wedding invitation inserts. Tissue paper is usually provided and it is used between inserts. Place the tissue over the imprinted areas. Depending on the style of your invitation your inserts will either be tucked in or placed on top. You will receive two envelopes for each invitation: an outer and an inner envelope. If selected the inner envelope will be the one with the lining. The inner envelope should not be sealed, it will usually not have adhesive anyway. Here is the suggested order to follow when assembling wedding invitation pieces:

1. Reception Card (if included) right on top of the tissue paper with its wording facing you. It should be closest to the invitation.

2. Response Card is tucked underneath the flap of the response envelope with the printing facing you making it one enclosure. Place on top of Reception Card (or tissue paper if Reception Card is not included). Don't forget to put a stamp on the response envelope or response postcard.

•Enclosures such as maps are usually placed beneath the response card or card closest to the invitation. The card is placed on top of the invite, or they can be tucked inside the invitation if it's a folded card.

When you have your invitation and all inserts ready, you should place in inner envelope with front of invitation facing the flap. When your guests open their envelopes the will be greeted by your beautiful invitations.

Inner envelope once filled will be placed in outer envelope with flap of inner envelop facing the inside of the outer envelope.

Here is a video that will give you more visual instructions.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Your very own New Year's Eve Wedding...In Times Square, NY

Press Release

Get Married media TO host first-ever wedding WITH A MILLION GUESTS

IN NEW YORK ’s Times Square ON New Year’s eve 2011

Engaged couples across the country invited to submit today until October 1st

for a chance to “Get Married in Times Square ”

ATLANTA, September 13, 2010 –– Get Married Media, a national multi-media wedding planning and lifestyle resource, today announced that it will host the first wedding ever live in New York’s Times Square during New Year’s Eve 2011 by partnering with Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment, producers of the world’s most famous New Year’s Eve celebration. By submitting entries online at now until October 1st, one lucky couple will have the chance of a lifetime opportunity; to win the wedding of their dreams, with the historic background of New Year’s Eve in Times Square , while sharing planning details and nuptials along the way with the Get Married online audience. The wedding will be witnessed by million people in Times Square and seen by millions of viewers around the world.

On New Year’s Eve 2011 before the annual Ball Drop, Get Married will host and broadcast live a truly unique and spectacular wedding event—Get Married in Times Square—for one deserving couple selected on As part of its mission to engage an interactive audience, Get Married will enable its online audience ( to vote on key wedding elements provided by participating sponsors, including bridal gowns, bridesmaids gowns, tuxedos, wedding bands, wedding invitations and wedding cake. Each wedding component will be part of a virtual gallery of images and videos on, providing information about the details its audience votes on, with the highest number of votes ultimately determining the wedding details for this extraordinary wedding in Times Square .

“We are ecstatic about hosting the very first wedding in the epicenter of New Year’s Eve excitement—New York’s Times Square—and we are looking for one special couple who wants to experience a true wedding adventure,” said Stacie Francombe, founder and editor-in-chief of Get Married Media. “Get Married promises the wedding of the decade and, with the iconic, vibrant and celebratory backdrop of Times Square, we welcome the opportunity to put one couple’s ‘I do’s’ in the limelight and in the hands of the passionate audience.”

As the big day approaches, Get Married will fly the winning couple to New York City to meet with vendors, narrow their selection of wedding details, create webisodes showcasing voting options, and conduct media interviews about their unique wedding experience. The day of the wedding, Get Married will videotape the couple’s wedding preparations and various wedding elements—walk down the aisle, wedding vows, ring exchange, recessional—and by partnering with Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment, co-producers of New Year’s Eve in Times Square, will broadcast it live for the world as well as on the large LED screens around Times Square. Immediately following the wedding, Get Married will host a reception for the couple’s friends and family at Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square .

“As part of this year’s global tradition of New Year’s Eve in Times Square , we are thrilled to help bring together two exciting celebrations into one magical and romantic occasion, both for the happy couple and the viewing crowd,” said Tim Tompkins, President, Times Square Alliance. “With the flashing lights and the unmatched energy of the excited revelers, this will surely be one of the signature moments of the 2011 New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square .”

“We are thrilled to partner with Get Married Media to celebrate the biggest event of the year,” said Jeffrey Straus , President of Countdown Entertainment. “The first wedding ever on New Year’s Eve in Times Square will be witnessed by the million revelers on site and broadcast across the globe via our TSTV pool feed and worldwide webcast.”

Now through October 1, 2010, Get Married is accepting applications from couples across the country who have a great story to tell and also deserve this once in a lifetime opportunity.

For consideration, couples must read the eligibility criteria, application information as well as acknowledgements, consents and releases on and their application must be legible, complete, and signed.

Submission process

- Log onto

- Review eligibility criteria, application, consent forms

- Complete the entry form

- Upload an image of you and your fiancé

- Upload a video of you and your fiancé (optional)

About Get Married Media
Get Married Media is a national, integrated multi-media wedding planning resource that reaches passionate brides online ( and in print (Get Married magazine) and through unique videos. Get Married connects brides with local and national wedding vendors and experts through entertainment and news.

Get Married magazine (distribution 300,000) is the distinctive shopping and trend guide for the savvy bride. Moving beyond the traditional ways of delivering a bridal publication, Get Married magazine offers the newest interactive technology, the latest trends in bridal shopping and style, and a colorful, fresh voice in the wedding genre. For more about Get Married magazine’s Microsoft Tag, visit for step-by-step instructions, including a free application download, a list of Tag-friendly phones, as well as an actual Tag to test on your mobile phone.

Get Married magazine and the online portal at offers brides an interactive experience, including an online wedding shop offering wedding invitations, wedding favors, accessories and products as seen in the magazine, as well as a wedding blog, video segments from the show, articles, image galleries and wedding planning tools.

About Times Square New Year's Eve

The Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment are the organizers of Times Square New Year's Eve. The Times Square Alliance works to improve and promote Times Square so that it retains the energy, edge and distinctiveness that have made it an icon of entertainment, culture and urban life. Countdown Entertainment, which represents the owners of One Times Square, and the New Year’s Eve Ball, is a marketing management and event production company specializing in the Times Square area.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Destination Weddings on the East Coast: The Outer Banks

As I look for information to share with all of you, I am often pleased with finding something new.

When you think of a destination wedding, the Caribbean crystal blue seas and swaying palm trees might come to mind. Maybe a destination on the other side of the world like Italy or Ireland. For those of you on the East coast consider the Islands of North Carolina, the Outer Banks. The Outer Banks islands are broken down to the Northern Beaches consisting of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head; Hatteras Island consisting of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco and Hatteras and Roanoke Island consisting of Manteo and Wanchese.

The Outer Banks of North Carolina offers a great backdrops to your beautiful day and perfect beach wedding. You could choose from one of our five unique lighthouses, to blooming gardens, a large oceanfront event home or country Inn, or a luxury golf clubhouse with lush grounds. With miles of unspoiled beaches a beach ceremony with an ocean backdrop would be a dream come true. There are many ceremony options available to you.

To truly make this a destination vacation for you and all of your guests, you can view the various types of accommodations available for this great day.

Knowing that these islands are great for weddings, The Outer Banks Wedding Association was created. Visit this great site for all the information that you will need for planning your great day. Need to sneak a peak of what your day can look like check out the Real Weddings featured on their site.

Also, consider joining them at their 13th annual Wedding Weekend and Expo, January 7th - 9th, 2011. Over 100 vendors will showcase their work. You will be able to meet, select, and work with an amazing group of professionals dedicated to making your wedding a beautiful experience for you and all your guests. Visit their site ticket information and set your plans for a great weekend.

Be Inspired by your destination!!

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Consider Donating your Wedding gown

You have been blessed with a beautiful wedding day. Everything was perfect, the venue, the photographer, the food, the gown. Your gown made your day special, you felt like a princess for a day. Why not share this special feeling with someone else and make a dream come true at the same time.

The Making Memories Foundation works hand in hand with Brides Against Breast CancerTM and hosts the Nationwide Tour of Gowns. This sale continues to be an important fund-raising event for Making Memories. More than 32 yearly shows provide brides-to-be with an opportunity to find their dream gown (at an incredible savings) while making wishes and dreams come true for women and men who are losing their fight against breast cancer; money raised during the sale goes towards their battle.

Help some dreams come true!!!

Making Memories is in need of contemporary gown styles, slips and veils dating from 2005 until the present day. Each gown that arrives at their organization is carefully prepared for the upcoming "Brides Against Breast CancerTM, Nationwide Tour of Gowns" sales. The thousands of generous donations they receive from designers, manufactures, bridal shops, and individuals worldwide, enables Making Memories the ability to grant final wishes to women and men suffering from terminal breast cancer.

Be Inspired to make a dream come true!!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Planning an October Wedding

If you have not read this blog before, I should inform you that Fall is by far my favorite season. The colors that the season brings with it are my favorites. So it should not be a surprise when I fell in love with a stamp...yes I said a stamp.

Zazzle has an "October Wedding" stamp and it is beautiful.

Getting married in October? Stamps from

Two hearts are the background for a wonderful Love scripture I Corinthians 13

Love is patient, Love is Kind

Remember that your RSVP envelopes should include a stamp for easy mailing. Zazzle has created an RSVP stamp keeping up the autumn theme and colors.

RSVP Fall Wedding Postage Stamp from

You can choose from 3 different sizes, small (1.8 x 1.3), medium (2.1 x 1.3) and large (2.5 x 1.5). Prices range from $21.10 to $23.80 for a sheet of 20 stamps.

Mailing Tips

When you first receive your invitations, assemble one complete invitation (including the tissue paper, all additional inserts, and the stamp on the return response envelope) and take it to your local Post Office for weight and measurement. Sometimes it's the size and not the weight which may require more postage than one first class stamp.
If you are concerned about any damage to your invitations request that they be hand canceled with a rubber stamp, instead of by a machine. The front of the envelope will be cleaner and more attractive.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wedding Floor Decals

As you plan your wedding including personalized details will help you plan an event that reflects you both as a couple. When these details are noticed by your guest , you will see the smiles and the nods as they acknowledge that "yes this is definitely a reflection of them".

Ten 23 Designs creates custom dance floor monogram decals. These decals are perfect for rented venues. The decal will pull right up after the event for easy clean up due to the low-grade adhesive used on the vinyl material. Use your personalized decals on floors, walls, windows, mirrors and even stick to some fabrics.

You can begin your personlization with 20 available colors which are all customizable. Custom fonts are also available for every design. From Damask themes to seasonal themes you can find a decal to fit your wedding theme.

Visit Ten 23 Designs for more information on decals, monograms and more.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Earth Friendly Couture

Trying to find ways to save on your wedding is a little intimidating for some. Deciding which areas will be saves and which will be splurges will be on the minds of many brides. Will saving money mean that you will have to sacrifice style? Absolutely not.

I discovered a site online offering new or nearly new bridal gowns. What does this mean to you the bride?

Encore Bridal offers a vast selection of sample wedding dresses and pre-owned new wedding dresses, in addition to gently used wedding dresses. I am a supporter of green practices in wedding planning and choosing this route for your wedding gown selection is an earth friendly decision. Let us not forget that you will be getting a couture gown for a substantial 30% - 70% discount. Gowns range in price from $1000-$7000 with the average price being $2000.

Gowns have been hand selected and thouroughly inspected to insure that you are getting the best quality in your gowns. The easy to navigate website offers excellent descriptions and pictures. They will even You can even find accesories.

To view frequently asked questions visit Encore Bridal

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Summer honeymoon wardrobe must haves

Your are busy planning the final details of your summer wedding. If you planned a caribbean or beach honeymoon, you are counting down the days until...relaxation. Unfortunately, you wont be wearing a bathing suit the whole time, so I thought I would share some great pieces that will make your honeymoon wardrobe great.

Protection is paramount when it comes to the sun , try locating a great hat.

Get an amazing summer look in this beautiful summer hat made from paper straw. Ribbon Band ML Wide Brim Straw Hat - Light Brown

Light Brown Ribbon Band 5 Inch ML Wide Brim Straw Hat

A pair of flat sandals, choose one that is attractive and comfortable at the same time for any walking that you will do ( especially at the outdoor markets).

try these great sandals at The turquoise gems will go hand in hand with the waters of the caribbean. The reviews are

"Tierra Sandal

Dinner attire need not be so formal , select dress made with light and colorful fabrics to go along with the island jams and breezy atmosphere.

This Amber Dropwaist dress may be the perfect fit for a night out with your spouse

Select a great swimsuit , take time to choose one that is perfect for your body type. Don't worry about any self imposed imperfections just enjoy the sun and waves of your honeymoon location with a great suit

Tankini by Lane Bryant

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Table Talk

On Monday I attended the National Stationery Show at the Jacob Javitz Center in NY. I had such a great time, I met some great people and learned about some great products.

Let me introduce you to:

Table Tent Trivia

As a host and a planner I love the idea of getting my guests to engaged in the event. Helping to break an awkward silence amongst guest who may not know each other or simply upgrading the regular conversation starters like the weather is really is made simple and fun with Table Tent Trivia.

Table Tent Trivia packages trivia questions around party themes. The trivia questions are printed on unique table tents that help you continue the personalization of your event. Each package contains five table tents with five questions on each card. You will have 25 unique questions for each events. Each table tent style also has coordinating invitations and napkins, if you should choose to expand on your theme.

How many grapes does it take to produce a bottle of wine?
For a wine theme event try the Wine Table Tents

Shaken or Stirred?

Girls never really need conversation starters but these two styles, Martini and "Just the Girls" are great for a girls night out, bachelorette or bridal shower.

With many summer party plans getting on the way, the Summer Trivia will be a hit at any BBQ or summer fling.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Private Island Honeymoons

Enjoying your honeymoon on a great island can make any stress of planning melt into the scenery. It is a great place for your and your new spouse to enjoy time as a married couple. Don't think about working on thank you cards, or bringing work along just focus on relaxation.

Caribbean Travel and Life magazine shares some great locations to considers for your honeymoon.

Lighthouse Bay Resort in Barbuda

Located on 17 miles of pristine, uninterrupted beach displaying pink sand beaches and crystal blue water, this nine-suite property offers a honeymoon package that includes couple massages, all meals, horseback riding and more. Check out this serene location for your honeymoon.

The Scrub Island resort is located in the British Virgin Islands their all inclusive dream package includes seven nights in ocean view accommodations, complimentary transfers to Trellis Bay, a couples massage, romantic Anegada boat excursion, personal concierge service and all meals.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Conversation Starters

As a party planner my antennas are always up looking for new party ideas and tricks. I came across Donahue Paper on the wonderful world of twitter. I came across these conversation starters which I thought would be hits at any size party. Get rid of the awkward silence with these conversations starters.

Donahue Papers has Table Topics , that range from the 60's to 80's. It covers family gatherings, couples, teens and so much more. I think I would like the 80's pretty well, but these would all be fun.

You could consider using these at your wedding or any of the pre-wedding parties that you will host. If your bridal party and families are meeting for the first time this would be a great way to get everyone talking and laughing.

Donahue Papers has a host of other products that would be helpful during your DIY wedding planning, including handmade paper, envelopes in a variety of colors and shapes and sizes, metallic paper, and pouches perfect for enclosure style invites.

I also found their line of Environsax sold by Donahue Papers would make great gifts for bridesmaids from a Eco-conscious bride.

Monday, May 10, 2010

And the winner is...........

I want to thank all of you who stopped visited and commented on my blog. It is always fun to give away nice things. I want to thank my sponsor Dawn of Doilies and Daisies and Dawncorrespondence, she has added a very creative touch to April's giveaway.

The winner of Inspired's April giveaway is......The Budget Bride. Congratulations I hope that you will be very happy with your prize.

The winner was chosen using

Friday, May 7, 2010

Money Saving Centerpiece Tips

Centerpieces are one way to enhance the theme of your party or wedding is with centerpieces. They can bring a sense of whimsy, an atmosphere of elegance. It is a connecting piece. Centerpieces can be in the form of flowers, balloons, candles, the options are limitless. The wonderful thing about your centerpiece creation is that there isn't a formula or an exact science to it so your imagination is your only limit.Here are some budget friendly tips for creating centerpieces that wont break you budget.

1. Use fruit in your centerpieces

I love fruit in centerpieces. Nature has given us such great and vibrant colors that it would be hard to pass up the opportunity to use them. Use them alone in a unique vessel adorned with ribbon. You can also choose to use with flowers or candles. The vessels that you choose will determine how formal or informal your centerpiece will be. The options are limitless.

My number one fruit choice for centerpieces are lemons, I love the vibrancy that lemons bring to the table.

2. Use Candles

Nothing says romantic like candles and weddings, and romance go hand in hand. Candles come in a variety of colors and shapes which you can choose to enhance your centerpiece. You can use candles alone, with rocks, beads or flowers. It all depends on your particular vision for your event.

I would only recommend that you shy away from scented candles. Some individuals, like myself, suffer from sensitivity to certain scents. It can cause headaches and or nausea, you definitely want your guest to enjoy your wedding.
It may only be one guest at that particular table, but it is still one too much.

If you are going to do your own centerpieces, try practicing to create your centerpiece ideas before your wedding, to make sure that you are happy with it and to test how long your particular flowers will last. Also, to know the ease of creating your centerpieces.

Friday, April 30, 2010

3 Money Saving Reception Tips

The reception is the biggest chunk of your wedding budget; cutting back on some the items or the type of reception you have may help you save money. Celebrating your marriage is wonderful, gathering with family and friends does not mean being in debt for the next 10 years. Here are some tips that you may not considered on your path down the aisle:

1. A Breakfast or Brunch Receptions

This would be great for a morning wedding. A breakfast or brunch wedding will be cheaper than an evening reception. The menu will include lighter foods and your guests will definitely consume less alcohol in the morning. Serving a mimosa or punch will be sufficient. Foods that you will find at a brunch will be breakfast classics like quiche, frittata, and eggs benedict. Having stations will be great for the guests to get made to order omelets, french toast or pancakes. Maybe instead of a specialty drink, you could include a specialty coffee.
Here are some inexpensive favor ideas for this type of reception:

Sold in sets of 6 this “Gra-TEA-Tude” Tea Box with Tea Bag Kit will be a great thank you for your guests. If you purchase 12 - 23 sets which will yield 72 - 138 favors you will spend $1.80 per favor.

“Swee-Tea” Ceramic Tea-Bag Caddy in Black & White Serving-Tray Gift Box

This a unique thank you and practical too. Buying 24-47 favor will be $2.15 per favor.

2. A Dessert reception or Cake and Punch reception

This could also be held in the afternoon possibly in a garden setting. Serve various cakes and desserts and offer champaign, punch, or soft drinks. This will not be a long reception and will simply give the couple a chance to greet and thank their guests. This is even less expensive than a Breakfast/Brunch reception. This may not be a good reception for couples whose family and friends are used to more during weddings.

Here is a favor idea:

“Let's Celebrate!” Champagne Flute Gel Candle (Set of 4)

3. Cocktail Reception

This type of reception will also be a meet and greet type reception. You can have a selection of hors d'ouvers that are passed around or simply beautifully displayed at various tables. This might be good when you are looking at space issues; sometimes venues will give you the capacity of person allowed in a room based on the type of set up you will have. Your guests might drink more at a cocktail reception to try planning for a specialty drink.

Razzle Dazzle” Raspberry Iced Tea Mix (set of 6) Drink Mix

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Whimsical tables

If whimsical is a word that you want mentioned about your wedding, then you should check out this Etsy seller. Timeless Paper is today's featured seller on Etsy has some great products that could bring whimsy to your event tablescapes. Timeless Paper specializes in custom cutout place cards, table numbers, wedding programs, and menu cards for weddings and parties. They will customize your ideal quantity or style to meet the needs of your events. Whether you are using any of their products for a rehearsal dinner or your wedding reception, these place cards are sure to get your guests talking.

Anchor Table Numbers

The themes available can cater to any season or theme. Themes include but are not limited to nautical, autumn, nature or winter. Cost of all place cards are $1.00 and for an additional $100 you can customize with guest name and table number. Not much to pay for a touch of whimsy. True to their name you will add a timeless touch to your party or wedding tablescape.

Pumpkin place cards (tent style)

Snowflake place cards

Butterfly Place Cards

Thursday, April 22, 2010

It's Earth Day!!!! Let's have a green wedding!

Today we celebrate Earth Day! Hopefully, you think about our earth more than once a year and practice some green habits.

Weddings can be eco friendly and there many great and chic ways of implementing "green" into your wedding. Making environmentally friendly choices for your wedding will make for a great wedding and reduces the carbon footprint that your special day will leave.

Eco-Friendly Wedding Dresses

Threadhead Creations uses sustainable natural fiber fabrics in production. Threadhead Creations uses not only natural fabrics but uses eco-friendly business techniques.

This beautiful gown is eco and pocket friendly. Great style at a great cost.

Emily $800.00

Conscious Clothing focuses on help silk wedding attire. Working with beautiful fabrics that surpass even traditional bridal fabrics in their beauty.

Find eco -friendly wedding favors at

Beau-Coup favors

See past post on eco-friendly weddings:

Eco-friendly invitations

Eco-friendly Jewelry

Be Inspired! to make eco-friendly choices for your wedding

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