Wedding season is here and brides are getting ready to find the perfect dress for their special day. As special as it is, I always think your dress should match your personality, values and wedding theme. If I were ever to get married, I know I would pick a sustainable wedding dress. I want to walk down the aisle knowing that I made a better choice for the planet.
When I discovered A & Be Bridal Shop was opening in Wynwood, I had to come and check out their designers and collections. Their dresses are so beautiful and ethereal. The first dress is from Rue De Seine, Avril gown. This bridal gown represents charming details and textures from mother Earth. Rue De Seine designs their own fabrics and uses laces that embody the free spirit of the bohemian lifestyle. This dress has a low, detailed back making the bride feel feminine and youthful.
Next design was by Truvelle. Truvelle is designed for the modern, confident and unconventional bride. This Cordova gown is effortless and designed with the highest craftsmanship. Truvelle fabrics are predominantly polyester chiffons and poly-spandex satins. With that said, they source all of these from a local supplier in Vancouver. Truvelle creates all of their gowns on a made-to-order basis. The entire process from design to final stitch is done in their Vancouver Studio Headquarters. Truvelle will represent each unique bride in style and elegance with its Made-in-Canada label.
I styled this dress with a sustainable headpiece from Lia Terni and a veil from Sara Gabriel. Lia Terni makes jewelry that respects the environment with simplicity and elegance. Each design is artistic and offers architecture qualities.
This last dress I modeled was from Laudae. This gown use a sustainable approach and is a modern dress for the conscious and spirited babe. The headpiece is also from Lia Terni and offers a celestial vibe. The gown gives a sleek silhouette while still allowing room to move & groove. Laudae creates comfy gowns for carefree women while striving to uphold environmental, social, and economic standards.