By Ever After Wedding Market,
Published Sep 10, 2009
About Ever After Wedding Market
Earth Day (April 22nd) is the perfect opportunity to consider the environmental impact of your wedding celebration, and we wanted to continue the celebration to help keep the earth beautiful. You can significantly reduce your wedding’s ecological footprint by selecting products created by environmentally aware merchants. Many invitations, rings and accessories are eco-friendly, making it easy to have a green wedding!
repurposes vintage items into new jewelry in the Vintage Redux Collection
. The Bloomin Whites Necklace
features a vintage white glass brooch with moving petals on a small Vintaj etched chain.
The Recycled Materials Collection
from Blazer Arts
includes hand crafted oyster shaped pendants made from 100% recycled silver and gold. The Recycled Silver Oyster Pendant
is set with a genuine pink fresh water pearl.
Wedding rings from McFarland Designs
use fair trade stones and 100% recycled metals. The Zultanite and Recycled 14k White Gold Ring
has a beautiful Zultanite stone that has been ethically mined with environmentally sound methods and fair wages for miners.
All the Mindfulness Mantles from On Slender Threads
are created with fine natural fibers and semi-precious gemstones. In addition, these beautiful mantles are intended to help people establish a connection to the earth and to themselves. The Silk Crescent with Pearls
is woven from mulberry silk and has freshwater pearl beads and silk ribbon dangles.
The Whimsical Butterfly Wedding Invitation
from Letterpunch Design
is printed with eco-friendly inks on bright white recycled linen textured paper. Designer Photo Imaging
eliminates paper waste by printing additional ceremony information on the back of the invitation and offering RSVP postcards.
The Thalia Wedding Invitations
are embellished with delicate cherry blossoms on a green background.
has a Reinked and Recycled
thank you notecard set that repurposes wedding magazines by professionally converting them into unique envelopes. The letterpress notecards are printed with vintage type on tree free paper made from 100% post manufacture recycled cotton.
Eden Invitations & Stationery
has beautiful Bud Break Pressed Flower Letterpress Wedding Invitations
printed with an antique letterpress using soy-based ink on 100% cotton paper.
Pasaii Design Studio
creates invitations with paper from the French Paper Company whose mill uses only renewable energy. All waste paper is repurposed or recycled. Add a touch of spring with a Bees in Blossom Table Tent