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We Likey: Wasara


Going green and being earth-friendly with disposables for your wedding, does not have to be an eyesore.  Joanne Hudson’s absolutely fabulous line Wasara is a gorgeous option for your wedding.  The Wasara line is tree free, renewable materials (sugar cane fibers, bamboo and reed pulps, boast a white Japanese design and have recently been introduced in to North America.


beautiful white wasara cups

Imagine your delicious signature drinks in these unique disposal! High on design and good to the earth!

 white wasara plates

Cups and Bowls! WASARA does not become pliable or "sweat" when hot (not boiling) liquids are added.

 beautiful white wasara plate


To learn more about Wasara or to see more of the gorgeous designs, visit Joanne Hudson.

We Likey: Wiley Valentine

Wiley Valentine has my heart (pardon the pun).  Their work is exquisite, luscious (my new word, BTW), and captivating.  Ok, so you think I’m being dramatic?  Nope!  Check out their wedding invitations:


Marie Antoinette (my favorite):

marie antoinette wedding invitation by wiley valentine

marie antoinette save the date for wedding by wiley valentine


Seaside Fete (for some reason, this reminds me of Sea Island):

seaside fete wedding invitation by wiley valentine

seaside fete wedding invitation by wiley valentine


Old World Opulence (say with me, now: DEE-VIIIINNNE!):

old world opulence wedding invitation by wiley valentine


Matzinger: (look at this yellow and black, and I dare you to say that it is not fabulous….):

matzinger wedding invitation by wiley valentine

matzinger rsvp wedding invitation by wiley valentine


Toberty (The azure flower and French wording takes a simple RSVP and transforms it into art)

toberty rsvp wedding invitation from wiley valentine

blue envelope for wedding invitation toberty by wiley valentine


Michelle (loving the beach aspects of this suite!):

michelle beach save the date by wiley valentine

wedding weekend agenda wedding invitations wiley valentine


There are so many fantastic suites that are in the Wiley Valentine line like Luxe and Luxe II, the eco-friendly Bridal, and the luxurious Letterpress.  I did want to share a few from those lines and encourage you to view their other collections—like those for social events and for baby!  And needless to say, the WV Couture line is fabulous all by itself.


Enjoy the beauty of Wiley Valentine!

Go Green with Recyclable Luggage


Perhaps you have already decided to go on a green honeymoon.  Perhaps not—but you still want to do your part to travel efficiently and in a responsible manner towards our environment.  Good on ya, mate!  Now, it can be made just a little bit easier with Papier Bags by Saskia Diez which will be available in select retail stores and on the online shop next month.  Saskia Diez is a world renowned jeweler who will now grace the world with her eco-friendly luggage. 

According to Trendhunter, the bags are made from synthetic paper, etched with sterling silver and are recyclable, waterproof and almost impossible to tear. 

Paper or Plastic?

Most of us do our shopping, come home put our stuff away and then what? Do you throw your bags away? or Recycle? Like most people you probably throw your bags in the trash and don’t give them a second thought.

Did you know less than six percent of plastics bags actually make it to the recycling bin?

But as there becomes more and more of an awarensess to “go green” people are finding easy ways to make a difference. For example these cute reusable bags by Envirosax. They come in different graphic series pouches with 5 bags in each pouch for $37.50.  Not only are they cute but they can also carry the equivalent of 2 grocery bags. posted these facts as well as a running count of plastic bags cosumed this year.

  • Each year, an estimated 500 billion to 1 trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide. That comes out to over one million per minute. Billions end up as litter each year.

  • According to the EPA, over 380 billion plastic bags, sacks and wraps are consumed in the U.S. each year.

  • According to The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. goes through 100 billion plastic shopping bags annually. (Estimated cost to retailers is $4 billion)