Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Eco-Beautiful Weddings E-Zine Launched!

We've been waiting all day with suspenseful tweets from Katie Martin, publisher of Eco-Beautiful Weddings about the launch of the first eco-friendly wedding magazine...wedding e-zine focused on how you can have a beautiful wedding while at the same time being friendly to the environment. It's a 124 page e-zine with great "eco-beautiful" finds, tips, real weddings, eco-friendly bridal and bridesmaid gown photo spreads and more.This is the cover of the inaugural issue. I was very fortunate to be asked by the editors if I would supply them with some of my clay hair flowers for their photo shoot. It was a quick turn request so I was so glad that I had stock available to ship to them. I hope they'll show more of the flowers, but you can see the gardenia hair flower on page 71. What's even better, they are doing giveaways for the next 2 weeks so definitely check out their blog because you might just win some fabulous "eco-beautiful" items from the vendors and artists who were featured in this issue. Check out www.eco-beautifulweddings.com/blog and comment and you could win one of many wonderful products as part of their launch!E-zines seem to be the wave of the present and future. Nesting Newbies hit the mark with the newly wedded and newly nested and what's more fitting than a wedding related e-zine! Sustainable weddings, it's the next big thing.

Clay flowers are a great "eco-beautiful" alternative to fresh. Think about it, you keep the flowers where they should be in their own natural state and the clay flowers are something that last and you can enjoy. The hair flowers are re-usable and you can wear them well after your wedding day.

I'm so very honored that I have received so much press in the last few months and there is more to come so stay tuned for that!

Congratulations to the Eco-Beautiful Weddings team, you did an amazing job and it was worth the wait! So glad I got to see it tonight!


marie christine said...

Perfect place for your flowers !

Beth said...

this is great -- we need more eco-friendly magazines like this one!