While your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life, it’s also typically one of the most wasteful. So we love it when photographers and planners organize styled shoots that focus on sustainability. This perfectly boho Joshua Treehouse elopement–organized by photographer Eunice Beck–used vintage clothing and decor, dried florals, and the beauty of the Tucson desert to prove that sustainability is still stunning.
From the 70s inspired outfits in the pre-wedding portraits to the use of vintage rugs and floor pillows in the ceremony space, every detail was well-thought-out. Not to mention the pampas grass covered reception tables which were expertly executed. So whether you’re planning your own dreamy desert elopement or you’re just looking for ways to be more eco-conscious, you’re going to want to keep scrolling to see more of this one.
Want A Sustainable Wedding?
While a sustainable wedding may seem hard to host, there are a lot of small changes you can make to have an eco-conscious day. Check out these 20 small changes that are a great place to start!
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The Talented Team:
Photography – Eunice Beck
Second Shooter – Natalie Allen
Venue – JTH Tucson
Floral Design – Cultivated by Faith
Makeup Artist – Eden Symone
Wedding Dress, Groom’s Apparel & Rentals – Buckhorn Vintage
Second Wedding Dress – Reformation