When Sharlot came shopping at Strut for her wedding dress, she had just one request: she wanted a wedding gown made of natural fibers for her eco-conscious wedding. This was a tough request because, generally speaking, natural fiber gowns, such as silk, are very expensive so we don't carry many of them. But we were in luck–Sharlot fell in love with a taffeta gown that we could order in silk, just for her.
And what's more, Sharlot found an eco chic photographer for her Northern Arizona wedding. We didn't know such a person existed, but meet Angelina Rose Photography and learn how she incorporates green practices into her wedding photography!
Sharlot and William got married last April in Sharlot's mom's backyard. It was a DIY wedding mixed with natural beauty. Sharlot wore a fitted modified aline wedding gown. It featured a ruched bodice and flared at the skirt. You can see the silk texture in the photo below.
Sharlot and William's colors were vivid purple and green. You can see more of their photos on Angelina's blog post of their wedding day. Below you can see the slight v shaped back and silk covered buttons on Sharlot's gown. We love the really low under-bustle she had added.
We love how Sharlot knew what was important to her on her wedding day, and we were thrilled to be able to customize a wedding gown for her to fit that vision. Best wishes to you both!