Emma & Izzet Wedding – Bride Groom Chuppah Bouquet – Blue Hill at Stone Barns – Rebecca Yale Photography
Your wedding is going to be the biggest party you’ll ever throw. And we’ve all seen the aftermath of a good party. From the leftover bottles, food containers and bags to the use-once-and-throw-away decorations, it’s a big carbon footprint.
Making smarter, sustainable decisions in the way we consume is something we should all be practicing. With some planning, incorporating these principles into your big day is easy to do. And as you will see, having an eco-conscious wedding doesn’t mean you have to compromise your style and personality. Read More
Exciting news! We now offer our brides the opportunity to make a meaningful impact by donating wedding flowers to great causes.
We’ve hate to see beautiful flowers being thrown away, and many brides tell us they feel the same way. When we have a chance to drop off arrangements. at nearby hospitals or nursing homes, we always wish we could do it more often. Lately, we’ve been thinking a lot about giving back. And, like everyone else, we’ve been talking about sustainability. Planning a green wedding means putting thought into how to reduce waste.
Enter Repeat Roses, a new company that collects and repurposes wedding reception arrangements to be delivered to those in need. Your beautiful wedding flowers can bring smiles and joy to places like hospices and community shelters. Repeat Roses takes care of all the logistics. Read More
There is something so satisfying about a shop that does one thing, and does it really well. If you are a florist, a stylist, or a DIY- inclined bride-to-be, you need to know about the Centerpiece Box store.
Simple, well-constructed, wooden boxes are a great base for creative arrangements of flowers, candles, moss and greenery. Available in unfinished or reclaimed wood, boxes can be custom painted and engraved with table numbers, quotes, wedding names and dates, or decorative patterns. The reclaimed-wood option is perfect for rustic barn and beach weddings. Once you know where to get good basics, let your imagination (and your Pinterest boards) take the lead.