get enough about things which are simple and gorgeous at the same time. We love
when people are wise and strong enough to get over today's marketing seals and
make something real and full-minded.
all about the wedding preparations of Emily Bakken, our lovely customer and
a wedding of a dream - local suppliers, only natural things, no extras.
We so in love with her "get to ready party".
And this is a great idea for all of us! If I’ve had a chance to make mine party once again - I would make it like Emily. With this set of pajamas, that she had bought
from Lenoklinen - everything changes, no polyester, no
princess-like colors, - so special and natural-looking atmosphere.
Amazing, she is a genius.
It looks so great on all of the bridesmaids. We are so happy to be a part of such important
days. Hope pajamas will serve you
for years, giving a pure, soft feel every single day.
Emily hoped to only purchase wedding things that she would not just wear once and never again, but wear for a lifetime.
Her girls bought these. (such a good friends!)
I’ve had your sheets for a few years and just got a new king sized set
for our new bed as a wedding gift. I would recommend you guys to anyone
This is what Emily saying:
"A wedding post about #plasticfreejuly. I worked really hard to
make our wedding as simple, affordable and free of frills, extras &
unnecessaries free as possible. We paid local business owners to execute things
like flowers, food, dress alterations and music to make our party what I wanted
it to be and didn’t stress about all the extras.
cost money but I had to get cups for guests and I wanted to buy a reusable jar
once, that won’t be thrown away,
was sturdy and affordable, could be sold afterward if I didn’t need them, and used by someone else. Mason
jars cost me less than a dollar a piece at my local hardware store which was
more cost upfront but I won’t buy
jars for canning season or drink glasses for a long while.
This the mindset of affordability and sustainability can be implemented for any party,
family or event whether it be big or small. If plastic cups are the only thing
that will allow you to pull off that birthday party that’s ok! Use the plastic cups, maybe wash and
reuse them again, but collecting a few cases of mason jars is one of the most
affordable things you can do when you’re ready to take the step into being a little more eco-conscious".
All of these amazing photos are made by Brianna Moss.