Here are a few effective and elegant ways to add a sustainable element into your event to celebrate this year's Earth Day.
Bride In Bloom: A Fusion of Florals and Fashion
We're mezmerized by this spectacular display of florals intertwined with couture fashion. If you're the kind of bride who prefers clean lines and understated elegance, this inspiration might just peak your interest. Take a step into this undeniably chic shoot featuring effortlessly fashion-forward gowns by LOHO BRIDE, fresh bridal accessories and veils by Julie Harris Designs and blooming floral creations by Flowers by Lady Buggs.
Flowers by Lady Buggs’ showstopping floral shrug is composed of orlaya and nandina. A La Robe’s “Naked Claudette” ($2,400) simple sheath gown.
Juliet Harris' Manette cape ($225) and private estate vintage pin and comb ($150) atop A la Robe’s “Naked Claudette” gown.
Flowers by Lady Buggs’ bouquet features a melody of cream, blush, peach and burgundy hues. Charmaine Mantilla Veil by Julie Harris Designs ($545)
Dana Harel’s “Kylie” corseted wedding gown ($6,800) and Julie Harris Designs' porcelain mini comb and hairpin set ($95).
Cortana’s “Lirio” Italian silk georgette gown. Tie the knot among ethereal compositions of greenery and white blooms, including pokeweed and orlaya.
Costarellos’ “Acantha” ($4,400) silk tulle gown paired with the “Eione” blouse ($600).
A dreamy bouquet of dahlias, orlaya, ranunculus, nandina, nigella and majolica. Juliet Harris' Manette cape and private estate vintage pin and comb ($150).