Give the gift of green this St. Patrick's Day!
Keep your groom looking dapper and adorn your bridesmaids with beautiful accessories from our Wedding Shop.
This bow tie is great for any occasion and is also available as a hair bow upon request!
Admirals Dandyism's makes all of their products by hand, many from upcycled vintage materials. They also support independent designers for all the materials and fabrics used in their products.
Platinum inlaid with 4 mm wide meteorite and set with a Trillion Cut Emerald. On this platinum ring the Meteorite Inlay shows a fantastic Widmanstatten pattern and is solid, with NO JOINTS. It has been etched with acid to reveal the characteristic patterns, or Widmanstatten figures, of iron meteorites.
Jewelry by Johan uses all recycled metals and gemstones, turning leftover industrial pieces into beautiful, unique jewelry.
Send your favorite Irish bride a beautiful gift with these cute clover tags.
Raspberry Swirl uses natural materials such as wood and acid-free paper in my every item. They make simple designs and use a minimum number of materials. Packaging is recyclable and reusable.
Perfect for the bride, bridesmaid or flower girl, this feminine garden wreath celebrates the ancient Irish tradition of gathering wildflowers for a wedding. Wearing a wreath instead of a veil saves on extra fabric and cost. This garden wreath is the perfect bohemian, eco-chic touch for your Irish wedding.
Blooming Fig by Sophia specializes in handmade custom pieces for your special day or any other occasion. Each item is made to order using natural dried plants and fabrics, designed to be both functional pieces for your wedding and keepsakes that will last a lifetime.
GBG's CEO, Kate L. Harrison, has a JD in Environmental Law and a Master's from Yale in Environmental Policy. She planned her own green wedding in 2007 and wrote the best selling green wedding book The Green Bride Guide: How to Plan an Earth-Friendly Wedding on Any Budget. In 2009, she founded www.greenbrideguide.com to help couples use their weddings to promote social and environmental change while supporting the local green economy.