You know we love a sustainable Queen, and this vintage lace wedding dress from Oxfam Bridal Boutique is a serious win in our eyes! There are so many awesome eco-friendly aspects to this day, from the avocado-dyed napkins to the dried floral name tags, get ready to take away some serious green-thumbed inspiration. With styling from Recommended Supplier, Spark Alice Events, Hannah & Daniel’s day gives us all those rustic and boho chic vibes. Wanting to focus more on their reception, their ceremony was family only. They then met their guests at a whiskey bar on the way to the reception where it was all about the party!
Vintage lace wedding dress at St. George’s Hall
My dress was bought from Oxfam's bridal shop - I think it was from the 80s!
VINTAGE LACE WEDDING DRESS
Hannah opted for a vintage lace number from Oxfam, and we simply love it! A second-hand wedding dress is a fantastic option if you’re looking to have a more sustainable day. Whether you’re heading to a charity shop, or Recycle My Wedding, you’ll find plenty of options (and we can guarantee the price tag won’t look too bad either!)
Having a more sustainable wedding may seem daunting, but there are so many small things you can do that will make a big difference! Hannah & Daniel’s choice of dried florals, naturally dyed napkins and a vintage wedding dress are fantastic options in ensuring things are a little more eco-friendly. Trust us, greener decisions are not as scary as they seem!
You know we’re big fans of the grazing table…
Our wedding was delayed a year due to the pandemic and during that time we had a baby. It was so special to share it all with our daughter (who was only 5 months old).