This is, of course, not news to brides who buy Morgan Culture gowns- all of which are way cheaper than the average gown, and all of which are recycled and good for the environment. Oh, and can be easily worn more than just once.
But good news- those of us who are thrifty and actually want to spend our money on the honeymoon- oh, and rent- are not alone!
This article details the actual costs of weddings, and I’m proud to say all my gowns are in the very lowest end of the price bracket for dresses (which crazily goes up to $5000). Especially those that are on sale!
Jessica Ekstrom, a rising senior at North Carolina State University, recently visited my Los Angeles studio to discuss her new company, Headbands of Hope. She started Headbands of Hope after she found herself inspired by her Make a Wish Foundation internship. Headbands of Hope is an incredibly inspiring organization that provides cute headbands to girls with cancer. For each headband purchased, Headbands of Hope provides one headband to a girl with cancer, AND donates $1 to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which funds life-saving childhood cancer research.
I will soon be releasing a line of fashionable headbands specifically for Headbands of Hope! In the meantime, however, any purchase of a Morgan Culture headpiece will result as follows: 40% of the purchase price will be donated to Headbands of Hope, and one little girl with cancer will receive a headband!
I’m honored to be a part of something so moving and I look forward to your partnership as well. If you’re not the headpiece type, please pass this on to someone who is- or better yet, buy one for her!
My current headpieces and headbands include birdcage veils, colorful headbands, hand-painted fabric, and quirky additions of all kinds. They’re great for many types of events- not just weddings and formal affairs.