Favorite Eco-Friendly Wedding Dresses from Spring Bridal Market

by Eco-Beautiful Weddings

Bridal Market is always such an exciting time! While there are hundreds of designers showcasing their new designs, only a few really make the cut when it comes to being green! When looking for a gown for your dream green wedding…think about where the designers are manufacturing their wedding dresses and the details on the gowns. The more local the designer is, the better! You will be pleasantly surprised to see that these designers provide true eco choices with couture style for...

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Eco-Beautiful Wedding Dresses and Cocktail Frocks by Sarah Seven

by Azure

Sarah Seven's eco-chic wedding dresses get me every time! This Portland, OR bridal designer crafts feminine, romantic wedding dresses and reception frocks, fusing vintage and modern effortlessly. Not only are these gowns gorgeous, but they're good to the environment, too! Seven uses both recycled vintage materials and natural fabrics (silk, wool, linens, cotton voile) to craft her lovely bridal gowns. And even better, a portion of every sale (5%) is donated to two well-deserving...

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Top Eco-Friendly Wedding Dress Designers for 2011

by Azure

Are you an eco-chic bride looking for an environmentally-friendly wedding dress designer? Then look no further! Here's our list of the top 5 eco-friendly wedding dress designers that may have the ONE for you! 1. Jessica Iverson Couture: made from natural silk chiffon and silk cotton satin, Jessica Iverson Couture wedding dresses are natural and beautiful. The eco-luxe fabric is embellished with dazzling beading or touches of lace, making these bridal gowns truly...

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Recycled Wedding Dresses- Wild, Wacky and Wonderful!

by Azure

About Recycled Bride These creative designers used unexpected recycled materials to make unique wedding dresses! Ever want to be a bride for Halloween? There's no reason to spend money on a costume! Phoebe Klett made her wedding dress and veil from the packaging materials of a recent furniture delivery. She stapled the garment together in the back and attached the veil with hairpins. It warms my heart to see the next generation creatively embracing recycling! Cheap-Chic-Weddings...

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