Posted by elizabeth waldmann on December 27th, 2013
A couple weeks ago, I posted a blog about how to allow your bridesmaids to choose their own dress and still look cohesive. This idea goes right along with our recycled/green wedding detail series. I was looking through past wedding photographs from Rachael Grace Photography and found this great concept come to fruition. You have all of your ladies choose a dress, same color, from the same designer. After that, they choose their statement jewelry piece or shoes in a certain color. The outcome is very unique, cohesive and not to mention, gorgeous!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on December 23rd, 2013
Reclaimed wood can be used in many ways during your wedding. It can enhance the feel and add a touch of rustic charm. Being Breckenridge wedding planners we have seen some of the best ideas for reclaimed wood. When speaking with Rachael Grace Photography about green wedding ideas, we knew that we had to include it. The wood can be painted to inform your guests where the ceremony and reception are. A log can also be cut width wise and makes a great centerpiece stand on your wedding tables. Beautiful!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on December 5th, 2013
This is a look I love. When all the bridesmaids wear something different and when they come together, they all correspond with each other. It translates into something so beautiful. When considering what is disregarded after a wedding, one time use bridesmaid’s dresses came to mind. A bride will choose one dress that all of her bridesmaids will wear to look cohesive. Now there are other great ways to have your bridesmaid choose a dress to fit their personal style and still look cohesive. One way is to give a general color and have all of your ladies choose a dress in that color scheme. Give them all the same bouquet and have that tie the look together. Another way is to have all of your bridesmaids choose from a certain dress designer that has many different styles. Assign the color but they can pick what best fits their body. Thank you Rachael Grace Photography for these amazing photos!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on October 31st, 2013
Baby’s Breath is not only a less expensive alternative to flowers but also a much greener option. If you purchase organic baby’s breath, you are saving gallons off pesticides that would normally be used on flowers. At the end of the night, the baby’s breath can just be tossed into the compost along with the food scraps. Plus baby’s breath is huge this season and I think very beautiful! Thank you Rachael from Rachael Grace Photography for these awesome photos!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on October 18th, 2013
Rachael from Rachael Grace Photography came up with the idea of having succulents or herbs as wedding centerpieces for our Green/Recyclable Wedding Challenge. I couldn’t love this idea more. It acts as double duty because after they act as centerpieces, guests can take the succulents and herbs home. Instead of giving a favor that can pollute the environment, you can give a favor that will brighten a home and make your guests think of you every time they look at it.