Vegan Wedding Special
Planning a Vegan Wedding in Vienna
A Vegan Wedding in Vienna – The Day Of
Vegan Wedding Food
Cruelty-Free, Vegan Wedding Hair and Make-Up
How I Made My Own Wedding Dress
The Vegan Groom
A Vegan Wedding in Graz
Life isn’t easy as a vegan groom. While it’s fairly easy to find vegan-friendly wedding dresses at almost every bridal shop (most laces and tulles are made from synthetic fibers, after all), suit fabrics are often wool blends to keep them from creasing too much. And don’t even get me started on horsehair and horn buttons…
But thanks to the textile company I work for, we were able to find a beautiful light blue, pure linen herringbone fabric.
The fabric has a wrinkle-free finishing, meaning it is treated after weaving to make it softer and less prone to crease.
It was made by a tailor in Sopron, Hungary. That way he could control the process and choose his own vegan-friendly buttons.
His waistcoat was Suit Supply and the shirt Olymp.
My personal favorite behind the scenes story to tell from our wedding is the one about my husband’s pocket square.
I once gave him a beautiful Liberty fabric pocket square for (I think) his birthday. It was a dainty and colorful mille fleurs pattern and went perfectly with his dark blue paisley tie and the light blue suit. It really tied everything together.
On the day of the wedding, the husband calls me frantically while getting ready in his hotel room, that he can’t find his pocket square!
Code red, what do we do now? There’s not enough time to go back home and get it, so we decide to call one of the most stylish male guests and ask him if he could bring one from his collection.
He finds one that matches and stylish friend saves the day.
Fast forward to much later that night, the wedding is over and we get to the hotel room.
What is basically jumping at me from the open suitcase on the floor?
You guessed it. The Liberty fabric pocket square. Oh, well…
He may not have the best eyesight, but he as other promising qualities.
Getting Ready Tip:
Set out your complete outfit including all accessories the evening or morning before the wedding, so you can make sure you haven’t forgotten or misplaced anything!
The pocket watch was a gift from my late grandfather to me, so it was my husband’s “something borrowed” if you will.
The cufflinks were my husband’s late grandfather’s.
Even though it requires a little bit of research and effort (all the best looks do, right?) it is absolutely possible for a vegan groom to look this elegant and dashing on his wedding day.
Photos by Freynoi
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