This wonderful piece has just been added to our Etsy shop, in plenty of time for Father’s Day and the summer wedding season, it’s perfect for Dad’s, grad’s, groomsmen’s and bridesmaid’s gift’s. The hand sculpted silver pick comes with a 30″ long stainless steel ball chain, and is made with eco-friendly recycled silver.
One Loom Studio is dedicated to providing couples with the most innovative, ethical, and exciting green jewelry for their weddings. We are pleased to announce our new relationship with the Green Bride Guide.
The Green Bride Guide website http://www.greenbrideguide.com was launched in 2009 by environmental lawyer Kate Harrison after her book, The Green Bride Guide, How to Create an Earth- Friendly Wedding on Any Budget, became a best-seller in the wedding category (Sourcebooks, 2008). The Green Wedding Shop, which launched on Earth Day 2012, is the most popular eco-wedding destination in the country and features hundreds of sustainable wedding day items, including handmade favors, recycled paper invitations, and eco-couture gowns and accessories. Each product features a detailed description of what makes it green.
One Loom Studio was created in 2009 by artist and designer Jessica Farber-Robinson, who studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. She had a clear mission to make eco-friendly jewelry that was both beautiful, and affordable for brides and grooms everywhere. Her work uses recycled silver and her own sustainably grown plants to create a line of unique nature inspired jewelry.
“We are thrilled about our new collaboration with One Loom Studio. With 2.5 million weddings a year in the United States, every choice makes a difference. When brides buy One Loom Studio’s products, they decrease the impact of their wedding on the planet and help support the green economy,” said Kate Harrison, Founder and CEO of Green Bride Guide.
About The Green Bride Guide
Green Bride Guide is the premier green wedding destination, with over 250,000 couples using the site every year. The Wedding Shop http://www.greenbrideguide.com/wedding-shop features items made by small businesses and independent artisans, including eco-friendly wedding invitations, favors, and receptions decor. The site’s Green Wedding Registry has over a thousand home goods and other gifts, hand-selected for their quality and environmental savings. For further informations on the Green Bride Guide™ go to http://www.greenbrideguide.com
One of the biggest problems with textiles is obviously the pollution that comes from the growing, weaving, and dying process associated with creating fabrics. There are many ways to cut back on the huge amount of waste created. Using organically grown or raised fibers is a huge step, especially with cotton. The large amounts of nitrogen based fertilizer used in regular cotton production is well-known to be a big contributing factor to the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico. At home choose organic or natural dyes is a big step in the right direction. It is definitely possible to get beautiful rich colors using minerals, plants, and even insects as dyeing material.
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These treasuries just absolutely stood out this week, from all the hundreds of others I’ve seen on Etsy. They seem inspired by the softness of spring. These lovely treasuries are the height of elegance. Their tasteful and ladylike, full of perfect gifts for Mother’s Day or any day for that special person in your life.