Even with all the choices modern brides have, creating the perfect eco-wedding isn’t easy. Finding dream wedding gowns also made with green technology can be a challenge. Threadhead Creations aims to change that, offering custom wedding gowns made with natural fibers.
Designer Rai-Lynne Broach handcrafts all her gowns, paying great attention to detail and incorporating the bride’s personal vision. She works one-on-one with brides to create something that is truly unique for each and every client. And each and every dress is made with green technology, including sustainable fabrics, natural fibers, eco-friendly production practices, and construction that doesn’t rely on mass production or underpaid workers.
Broach’s gowns range from traditional and country simple, to upscale and elegant. Some gowns incorporate custom accents provided by the bride, or even natural applique scenes like mountains, forests and trees. She works with green technology fabrics like hemp, hemp silk, bamboo, organic cotton and more.
Broach strives to have something for every bride. To give brides something to start from, Broach has elegant dress “templates.” A bride can choose her favorite, and customize it to build the dress of her dreams. She also has “ready-to-wear” gowns (popular with brides who are crunched for time), and designs gowns entirely from scratch.
Each Threadhead Creations dress takes at least four months to create. The green technology design phase itself is usually time-consuming. “It involves multiple emails and phone calls,” says Broach, to ensure the gowns are exactly right. She also schedules time to accommodate for sketches and pattern creation, and post-construction alterations.
It’s refreshing to see that even on this most special day, women aren’t compromising their green technology standards.
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