Whether you’re a stressed-out (but still glowing) bride to be or just looking to jump-start your new year with some well-deserved self-care, we’re sharing our tips and tricks on how to take care of yourself and the planet.
“Waste is design gone wrong,” says Ina Bundle, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Circular Fashion System. The fashion industry has long been one of the most polluting industries, contributing massive amounts of waste and straining the planet’s natural resources, and the bridal sector is no exception.
COVID-19 has affected the entire globe, and most likely, your girl gang. If your bridal party can’t meet in person, consider throwing a virtual bachelorette party that will be sure to make the bride-to-be feel showered in love and truly special! Just because the party is going digital, doesn’t mean it can’t be full of fabulous fun. If you’re the person planning, think about what the bride enjoys doing in person and then emulate that virtually.
As a current bride-to-be, I struggled when it came time to make our wedding registry. I wanted to make our registry as sustainable and ethical as possible. At the time, I couldn't find any resources to help guide me. Lucky for you, I am going to share my 5 steps to creating an eco-friendly wedding registry.