Inspired by the lush greens and natural beauty of New York City’s High Line, this sustainable luxe styled shoot doesn’t sacrifice style in the name of ethics. Wedding flowers are one of the easiest ways to make an eco-friendly decision for your wedding. The flowers used in this shoot were originally used at a wedding on Saturday night and re-purposed to reflect the feeling of The High Line.
The flowers for this shoot were provided by Bloomerent florist Wyld. Bloomerent is an online platform that connects two events in close proximity to allow them to share floral centerpieces. Photographer Daniela Constantini captured every detail of this eco-friendly urban shoot. See it all in the full gallery. keep reading to learn how to keep your pretty wedding eco-friendly and sustainable.
Eco Friendly & Ethical Wedding Decisions
With an amazing community of florists, including Wyld in Brooklyn whose
florals stunned in this shoot, you never compromise quality with
Sustainably celebrating your marriage starts with a responsibly
purchased engagement ring. Every L. Priori Jewelry engagement ring is
ethically sourced and sustainably created. Purchasing antique jewels
and reclaimed diamonds is the most eco-friendly and ethical jewelry
choice, as no new gold or gems are harmfully mined to create those
pieces. Baubles were mixed and matched across time periods to create a
collected, urban look for this shoot.
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Eco-Friendly & Sustainable Vendor Options
This stunning wedding gown and the bridesmaids dresses were provided by Rent the Runway. The tabletop was decorated with fine china, glassware and vintage pieces from Borrowed Blu. The vintage pieces are sustainable in their reuse while also offering a delicate contrast to the lushness of the surrounding greenery. T+T Table Rentals crafts all of their event rental tables from reclaimed wood. From the live edge sweetheart table to the handmade farm tables, no new wood is harvested to create their pieces. Known primarily for their online invitations, Paperless Post has an incredible assortment of beautifully designed printed suites. This is a great option for the bride or groom who is more eco-conscious because you can send a mixture of print and online invitations, reducing the amount of overall paper consumption while still maintaining the same theme and style throughout your communication.
Keep Things Local To Keep You Happy
Sweet Pistachio Patisserie created a delectable dessert table with beyond cake. Sourcing their ingredients from local suppliers with 100 mile radius, Sweet Pistachio minimizes their carbon footprint by keeping it local. Our shoot featured a semi-naked cake, trifles in glass shooters, blackberry almond rosemary tea cakes, a mini pie assortment, and thyme olive oil macarons. A palette of white, green, and berry echoed the natural greens of The High Line.