Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Real Wedding: Eri and Philip's Eco-Wedding at Glacier National Park

Recent customers of Earthly Affair, Eri and Philip, have been kind enough to share their beautiful, intimate wedding held at Glacier National Park, Montana. The mountains in the background seem surreal and must have provided a gorgeous backdrop.

To keep their wedding environmentally conscious, Eri purchased a 100% silk dress made by eco-wedding dress designer, Olivia Luca and her wedding ring - a recycled white gold with conflict free diamonds - was made by Etsy artist, SingleB beautiful.

The above photo was taken by the groom, Philip, in a spur of the moment shot.

In lieu of favors, the couple donated to The Nature Conservancy's Plant A Billion Trees Project. They also made a donation to to offset all the traveling by guests required to attend their wedding.

Eri and Philip also included the use of a good old fashioned Polaroid camera.

The Polaroid also allowed guests to take pictures and leave a message as well!

Unless noted otherwise, all photography above by Rachel Robertson

Eri and Philip chose the Juliet invitation, shown below.


Bicoastal Bride said...

What a stunning location! Wow!

miss fancy pants (the bride) said...

Love, love, love that bouquet. I'm a little obsessed with the fresh picked look, and that one is gorgeous.

Olivia said...

Very pretty!! Love that the guests left well-wishes on Polaroids with that amazing background :)

kitchen table said...

What a lovely scenery! It must be very romantic for the two to be wed here!

Jennifer said...

Thank you for all your sweet comments! Eri and Philip will be so pleased! :)

Northern Bride said...

I love this wedding. I want to do Polaroids for my wedding, but don't know where to find film, since Polaroid doesn't make it anymore. Do you know where they got their film?

Eri said...

Thanks for such lovely comments, everyone! @Northern Bride -- these technically weren't Polaroids. We used Instax Mini by Fuji film. The films are a bit smaller than real Polaroids, but this is a good alternative because they still make them!

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