7 Awesome Bridal Gifts that Give Back to Charity
In a charitable mood? Believe it or not, your wedding can actually benefit others in need. By investing in certain companies and vendors through bridal gifts, proceeds will go to causes near and dear to your heart.
It’s a win-win solution: You can feel good about giving back, and your bridal party will love their gifts! Here are just a few examples of charitable gifts that will make the process of choosing bridal party gifts easy on your wallet (and conscience):
1. White Loom Woven Chevron Blanket by Mitscoots
This innovative company employs transitioning homeless to package all of their blankets, and they will donate one blanket to a shelter in need with every purchase.
2. Santorini Silk Cotton Scarf by Bloom & Give
Half of all profits of this scarf goes to sending girls in India to school, many of whom are part of indigenous tribes without access to education.
3. Soma Bangles by 31 Bits
Handmade by Javanese artisans in Bali, purchases of fairly made and handmade jewelry through 31 Bits helps artisans escape the shackles of poverty.
4. Orange Flower and Amber Candle by The Starling Project
One of a larger line of home candles, this deliciously-scented candle provides solar energy to under-resourced countries without adequate access to electricity.
5. Leather Infinity Wrap Bracelet by Love 41
Founded to help victims of the Rwandan genocide, purchases of Love 41’s leather accessories and home goods help aid in child sponsorship, free day care for parents in need, after school programs, scholarships and more.
6. Marsh Automatic Wood Watch by WeWood
All WeWood watches are created from reclaimed or recycled materials—it’s just a bonus that with every purchase, WeWood plants a tree to combat deforestation.
7. Single Origin Explorer’s Kit from Grounds & Hounds
Perfect for the animal lover, 20 percent of the proceeds from sales of this coffee support a local dog rescue operation in your neighborhood.
with love & style from: Sandy D. (bridal blogger extraordinaire)
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