Are you an eco-conscious bride or groom that wants to upcycle parts of your wedding? Do you want a unique way to honor loved ones or maybe you want to reuse pieces of your wedding in your home? If yes, then today’s show is one you don’t want to miss.
My guest today is the owner of Forever Brooch Bouquets in Suffern, NY, which is a one-of-a-kind, award-winning and internationally known company that constructs unique bridal and home floral designs and accessories. Each item is sewn…by hand, and is built to last a lifetime, using upcycled clothing, jewelry and heirlooms from loved ones in your family.
Her work has been published in Manhattan Bride Magazine, & two Royal wedding issues of BRIDES UK Magazine. Her company has also won the “Best of 2018, 2019 & 2020" awards for Manhattan Bride Magazine.
What upcycling really is and what it means
How you can incorporate upcycling into your wedding
Areas of your wedding that create a lot of waste and options to prevent creating waste
Looking at everything you use for your wedding as having a life past your wedding
What to consider of the items you want to upcycle - not all material is created equal
Alternative ways to honor loved ones at your wedding
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