Some Simple Wedding Dresses Made with Sustainable

Lasting Marriages

Sustainability is a word we hear a lot these days, but what does it actually mean when it comes to weddings, and in particular sustainable wedding flowers? Ethical weddings are gaining popularity; Bridebook statistics indicate that 39% of couples take sustainability into account when planning their wedding. By working with influencers on Instagram and in the world of social media, this means that sustainable weddings are very fashionable. There are many ways to improve the durability of your wedding without compromising on style or breaking the bank.

Ascent room

We were lucky enough to be part of a sustainable wedding striking at our flagship venue, Rise Hall, celebrating all British ethical, hedgerow-grown and, of course, sustainable weddings! Emma from Beverley-based Flowerstyle was inspired by the hit TV drama Bridgerton and chose Rise Hall as the perfect backdrop for her natural and sustainable wedding striking concept. Emma teamed up with a team of great local supporters of the cause, and the strikinging was born.

Emma from FlowerStyle told us: “We are committed to the sustainability of our flowers. We strive to improve our influence on our beautiful planet. As florists, we believe that when we work with nature, we must respect and preserve it. As far as possible, we work without foam and we strive to avoid the use of bio-foam. Our bouquets are presented in compostable and biodegradable papers, cello and Hessian, a waste from a local coffee producer. We are working with a local grower to supply seasonal British flowers that have travelled no more than 9 miles to reach us. We even dry our own flowers that are never dyed or bleached. Emma got all the greenery from her friend’s farm and flowers from a Local breeder, giving the Installation a wild and free Look, photographed against the background of the splendor and elegance of Rise Hall, effortlessly connecting the two Looks.

Bridal Style

The elegant but natural style was transferred to the bride and no detail was overlooked. Delicate jewelry brought the Look together. John from Joshua James tells us how they focus on sustainability: “At Joshua James Jewellery, we are all for making our dummys as sustainable as possible. Not only do we thrive on the premise of buying investment pieces that use high-quality materials and timeless designs to ensure that they become centerpieces of someone’s jewelry collection, but we also pay attention to our energy consumption.The hair styling included natural-looking waves and soft twists that were inspired by Flowerstyle’s natural theme. The natural but radiant bridal makeup was perfect for the theme of the striking, because she loves a romantic style to work with!

The stunning dress was purchased from a local supplier! The fabulous Rogers dress is from WToo by Watters, chic and clean, the Rogers dress is as classic as possible. With a bodice built entirely for support and a draped bust that transforms into self-tied streamers on the back, this dress was perfect for our natural style.

Are you planning a sustainable wedding? Tell me how you want to make your wedding eco-friendly. Don’t forget to check out all the vendors below who participated in this wonderfully creative wedding session.

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