Stephanie and Bobak planned their wedding with the intention of minimizing their impact on the environment as much as possible. Sometimes you don’t think about how, shall we say, wasteful a huge party can be. We’re all for cuteness as you know, but cuteness does often come with an environmental price, so it’s lovely to see a wedding where pretty details and eco-mindedness collide.
And the dress. We love her dress.
In keeping with their earth loving theme, they chose green and white as their colors. Their caterer served local, seasonal, organic food. The bouquets were made from local peonies and ranunculus, their invites printed by a green printer, and their wedding rings were made from recycled platinum and gold.
Their centerpieces consisted of glass and fabric from thrift stores, herbs from the farmer’s market and flowers from a local farm. The rest of the reception decor was made by the couple and their family and friends.
Beautiful wedding you two and major props for taking the low impact approach so seriously!
Photography: Anna Page Photography / Bouquets: Jkinney Flowers / Catering: Underground Food Collective / Reception flowers: Abundance Acres / Rings: Brilliant Earth / Invitations: Bella Figura / Dress: Vera Wang / Bridesmaids dresses: J.Crew / Groomsmen suits: JoS A. Bank