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I get excited about a lot of things (Tuesdays, all the fake National Instagram holidays, the rumor of Miss Frizzle and the Magic School Bus making a come back, etc.), but the one thing that really gets me up in the morning? A generation of people who want to make a positive difference in the world through their wedding day. This is Ethical Weddings.

Allow me to break down the buzzword of ethical (which is in the same pool party as sustainable, impactful, conscious, etc.): Ethical Weddings collaborate with ethical vendors (local, small business or vendors that donate their time, product, or profit), incorporate ethical products (thrifted, up-cycled, fair trade, charitable, or from a social enterprise), donate to a good cause in lieu of gifts, and/or appreciate the environment by reducing waste in innovative ways.

 

And the groovy part?
There are a many, many ways to make one’s wedding day ethical, to make it an investment back into a community and the environment instead of simply consuming it!

Who wouldn’t want that? I see all your digital hands raised!

But, I get it, we barely know where to start sometimes.

So, I’ve collaborated with some of the most talented makers and creatives to put together this styled-shoot to help you dream of what an Ethical Wedding could look like.

Inspired by the movers and shakers of the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic, Charles and Ray Eames, this shoot has splashes of the 1950s and 1960s sprinkled throughout and highlights sustainable, impactful, and hellah cool products and vendors.

 

Grab a drink, enjoy, and show my fellow creatives some love!

 

Ethical jewelry by Soko flatlay with vintage clutch

Stacey of StaceyAnnLoves putting on ethically made jewelry by Soko and wearing ethically made gown by Celia Grace Dresses and Jeff wearing Kali Made Garments pant, shirt, and jacket and vintage pocket square lounging on couches at Hotel G

Desmond and Chanel sitting on bed at Hotel G wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

Desmond and Chanel laughing together at Hotel G wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

 

Desmond and Chanel in downtown San Francisco wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Ermis Nava shoes, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories showcasing Claire Xue florals

 

Chanel in downtown San Francisco wearing ethically-made Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

Cheering with Sustainably-sourced Sutherland Distillery Old Fashion Cocktail and wearing Soko wedding bands at Hotel G

 


Photographer/Creative Director

Praise Santos | http://www.comeplum.com

Planning

Liza Bourkard | http://www.studiodbi.com

Models

Stacey Ann De Leon | http://www.staceyannloves.com 

Hair & Makeup

Floral Design

Styling

Apparel

Kali Made Garments | http://www.kalimade.com/
Celia Grace Wedding Dresses | https://www.celia-grace.com/

Venue

Props

Accessories

Catering

Beverage & Dessert

Sutherland Distilling | http://sutherlanddistilling.com/

I get excited about a lot of things (Tuesdays, all the fake National Instagram holidays, the rumor of Miss Frizzle and the Magic School Bus making a come back, etc.), but the one thing that really gets me up in the morning? A generation of people who want to make a positive difference in the world through their wedding day. This is Ethical Weddings.

Allow me to break down the buzzword of ethical (which is in the same pool party as sustainable, impactful, conscious, etc.): Ethical Weddings collaborate with ethical vendors (local, small business or vendors that donate their time, product, or profit), incorporate ethical products (thrifted, up-cycled, fair trade, charitable, or from a social enterprise), donate to a good cause in lieu of gifts, and/or appreciate the environment by reducing waste in innovative ways.

 

And the groovy part?
There are a many, many ways to make one’s wedding day ethical, to make it an investment back into a community and the environment instead of simply consuming it!

Who wouldn’t want that? I see all your digital hands raised!

But, I get it, we barely know where to start sometimes.

So, I’ve collaborated with some of the most talented makers and creatives to put together this styled-shoot to help you dream of what an Ethical Wedding could look like.

Inspired by the movers and shakers of the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic, Charles and Ray Eames, this shoot has splashes of the 1950s and 1960s sprinkled throughout and highlights sustainable, impactful, and hellah cool products and vendors.

 

Grab a drink, enjoy, and show my fellow creatives some love!

 

Ethical jewelry by Soko flatlay with vintage clutch

Stacey of StaceyAnnLoves putting on ethically made jewelry by Soko and wearing ethically made gown by Celia Grace Dresses and Jeff wearing Kali Made Garments pant, shirt, and jacket and vintage pocket square lounging on couches at Hotel G

Desmond and Chanel sitting on bed at Hotel G wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

Desmond and Chanel laughing together at Hotel G wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

 

Desmond and Chanel in downtown San Francisco wearing ethically-made Kali Made Garments menswear, Ermis Nava shoes, Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories showcasing Claire Xue florals

 

Chanel in downtown San Francisco wearing ethically-made Celia Grace wedding dress, Brevity Brand jacket, Soko jewelry, and vintage accessories

Cheering with Sustainably-sourced Sutherland Distillery Old Fashion Cocktail and wearing Soko wedding bands at Hotel G

 


Photographer/Creative Director

Praise Santos | http://www.comeplum.com

Planning

Liza Bourkard | http://www.studiodbi.com

Models

Stacey Ann De Leon | http://www.staceyannloves.com 

Hair & Makeup

Floral Design

Styling

Apparel

Kali Made Garments | http://www.kalimade.com/
Celia Grace Wedding Dresses | https://www.celia-grace.com/

Venue

Props

Accessories

Catering

Beverage & Dessert

Sutherland Distilling | http://sutherlanddistilling.com/

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