Many couples are trying to make more eco-conscious choices as they plan their weddings. Whether you’re planning a sustainable wedding or doing your best to incorporate eco-friendly options where you can, this flower-free wedding editorial is full of ideas.
To reduce waste, live plants (instead of cut flowers) are used as table décor and in the focal-point greenery wall. The venue, (Untitled) by Flaunt Boutique, is a hair and makeup studio whose philosophy of minimizing waste and being energy efficient informs every aspect of the space and business. The bride wears two of our wedding gowns—Lourdes and Feather—both of which are handmade in our Toronto atelier where we keep our waste to a minimum!
For more of this shoot, visit The White Wren where it’s also been featured.
Eco-Friendly Wedding Editorial Vendors
wedding gowns: Lea-Ann Belter Lourdes and Lea-Ann Belter Feather via the flagship Toronto bridal boutique | photographer: Sammie Chan | planning + styling: Perrier Planning Inc. | venue, hair + makeup: UNTITLED by Flaunt Boutique | crowns + accessories: The Loved One | suit: Andrew’s Formals | plant+ floral designer: Thyme Studio | wedding cake: Kate Frasch | rentals: The Event Rental Group | decor: Special Event Rentals | stationery: Olumis Calligraphy | rings: Meg Lizabet Jewellery | rin boxea: The Nova Boxes | wine + food pairing: The Crimson Table | models: Brieanna Leel and Jaeden Auguste