Take A Bow

 

Thank you for following along this week with our bridal feature. We are so proud of this weeks posts and are honored to have been able to work alongside an incredible team of artists to promote several deserving brands. We hope that you are encouraged to get creative about the ways we can all incorporate thoughtful living into our most special events as well as our day to day lives. We normally don't post on fridays but wanted to make sure we were able to say thank you and properly introduce you to the many people and brands involved in this project.

 

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Celia Grace wedding dresses are exquisitely handcrafted using vintage-inspired lace, exclusive hand woven silks, and stunning beading and detail work. Celia Grace wedding dresses are made in safe, fair, and empowering Fair Trade conditions and the brand gives back locally with each dress sold.

 

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FTJCO is the first Fairtrade certified jeweler in North America specializing in conflict free, fairly mined minerals and recycled gold.

 

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Bario Neal is handcrafted in Philadelphia with reclaimed precious metals, fairmined gold, ethically sourced stones and low impact, environmentally conscious practices.

 

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Whole Foods Markets and The Whole Planet Foundation have a shared mission of Alleviating Poverty Worldwide Through Entrepreneurship.

 

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Raquel Tosaya is a stylist and natural hair expert in Los Angeles.

 

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Sarah Rude is a musician and educator living in Los Angeles.

 

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Charles Zablan is the owner of Shatterbox Images, a boutique photo studio based in L.A. providing affordable product photography for small businesses.

 

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Kyle Ellis is a photographer/designer based out of Los Angeles, California. With a reputation for creating expressive imagery, KE|P&D has collaborated with industry leaders from around the world.

 

Thanks for following along! Can't wait until next year!!

 

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