It's a nice day for an eco wedding

Whether you are planning a wedding of your own, or are joining the bride and groom in the celebration of their marriage - don't forget to think about your feet!

Chances are there will be a lot of standing around, walking about, and don't forget the dancing - our stylish collection of shoes and sandals are perfect for a (wedding) day on your feet, and oh they look a little bit special too.

All of our shoes and sandals have been handmade, (and hand stitched) in Portugal, with no toxic glues, so if it's a natural eco wedding you are planning, or attending, look no further.

Linda Thomas Eco Design has chosen a selection of our vegan Pinatex sandals, shoes and men's shoes in her latest woodland eco wedding shoot - We LOVE this collection of images, and what a wonderful team she has worked with on the ethical wedding photoshoot (see links below). Linda herself makes ready-made and made-to-measure wedding dresses and is happy to upcycle your own favourite pre-loved or vintage piece.

Such a wonderful idea! And as with our shoes - don't think of the wedding outfit as being JUST for that special day, wedding dresses can be worn again and again, if you do it right... 

Think of your gown & shoes as a long term investment

As Livia Firth, Eco-Age, says in a Vogue Magazine article about eco friendly wedding dresses: " - Your wedding gown doesn’t have to be worn for just your ceremony. Embrace your creative side and update your gown with clever accessories and tailoring so that you can enjoy slipping into your dress for years to come. I wore a wedding dress with a black sash to the Golden Globes in 2010.” (pictured)

To find out more about Linda and how she can create a one-off wedding gown for you, get in touch with her by email or go to her website for more information.

Pinatex non-leather shoes featured above can be found HERE:

and HERE:

and a selection of men's sneakers HERE:

Wedding Dresses:

Groom’s Attire:
Photography Assistant:
Hair and Make-up:

Further reading - Ethical Consumer's The rise of 'preloved' bridal boutiques 

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