Many vendors from The Grassroots Wedding Fair are at EP!C this year. The event itself is quite phenomenal and it truly is an eco-friendly love-in. The wedding showcase features many old friends and day 1 was great to meet and see how everyone is doing.
The green wedding community is not very large and EP!C is a nice way to welcome new businesses into the fold. I believe we will all come away from this event more resolved in making a difference in our community.
sweet earth photographics (that’s me!) and Sweet Naturally Bakery fill out one corner of the wedding showcase quite nicely. I am enjoying chatting with Francis and Dickson of Sweet Naturally and finding out more about how their stint with the winter Farmers Markets went. They will return for the summer markets as well. I love the diversity of their baking specialties from gorgeous wedding cakes to scrumptious scones and cookies.
Another old friend is Onyx from Amoda Flowers who brought in both centrepieces for the Epicurean Court and bouquets for the Wedding Showcase. Her sense of style always impresses me and the range of bouquets she creates can match any bride’s whimsy.
Shoo-Foo Bamboo offers wedding registries to couples interested in more sustainable options. Shoo-Foo has a well-organized system to help couples set up their registries and their products are beautifully made.
Pure Magnolia provided wedding attire and Spark Jewelry provided bridal accessories for the EP!C Wedding Showcase. Patty and Christina make sustainable fashion come to life with gowns made from natural materials and bridal jewelry made from recycled silver.
Olla Urban Flower Project is also at EP!C with air plant boutennieres, stunning bouquets and their signature living favours and centrepieces.
EP!C is a truly exciting event for those commited to sustainability and for those who are curious and want to learn more. I am very pleased to see so many familiar faces. Change may come slowly, but attending an event such as this just reminds me that yes, we are on the right path.
photos by sweet earth photographics