Green Bride Guide: Sustainable Wedding Dresses on Any Budget

Regardless of your budget or style, you can find your dream eco wedding dress in the Wedding Shop at Green Bride Guide. The Green Bride Guide offers free carbon-neutral shipping throughout the United States to help reduce a bride’s carbon footprint.

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Pure Magnolia’s uses sustainable fabrics including organic cotton and hemp and vintage materials such as silk, satin, and lace.

This organic cotton polka dot beauty can be worn on your wedding day, at your rehearsal dinner, or for your bridal shower. Materials featured in this dress are a Dupioni silk and a funky vintage cream-colored polka dot mesh fabric. This 50’s inspired dress features a flirty sweetheart neckline coupled under sheer mesh straps.  A silk band flares out into a knee length circle skirt, drawing attention to your natural waistline.  $600.

 

Deborah Lindquist creates limited edition, handmade to order eco-couture dresses using sustainable, organic, and recycled fabrics.

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The Brittany Dress featured in The Wedding Collection by Deborah Lindquist is embellished with semi-precious crystal beads and a short full gathered silk charmeuse bustle skirt with an English net and silk chiffon ruffle for the happy feet bride who wants to show off her vegan shoes. This upcycled couture dress also features a sweet English net bow back tie for $900.

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Make a splash in the dramatic Dupioni silk Seashell Dress. This beautiful A-line gown boasts a full train, modern pockets (perfect for stashing your favorite environmentally friendly lipstick), and an overlapping sweetheart neckline outfitted with clusters of beads and tulle. A boned bodice ensures the dress will stay put throughout your wedding day and the organic cotton lining makes this dress both comfortable and breathable. Your guests can enjoy the view as you leave with a low plunging ribbon laced back. $1800.

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