Bubble Wrap Wedding Dress

Rachael Robinson of Toft, Lincolnshire, England married Duncan Turner while they were on vacation in Canada. For the ceremony, she wore a dress made completely of recycled materials, including 13 feet of bubble wrap!
Primary school teacher Rachael originally had the white dress made for her by parents of pupils for a term time recyclable materials fashion show last month.

But when fiancé Duncan popped the question while on holiday in Canada days later, she knew exactly which dress she would be wearing for the official ceremony.

The dress is made from sheets of carefully stitched bubble wrap, attached to an inner cloth lining, and finished off with white foam packaging material and Haribo sweets.

The couple had a second, more traditional ceremony for the families back home in England. http://swns.com/bubble-wrap-wedding-dress-is-pop-of-the-cloths-for-recycled-bride-171045.html -via Unique Daily

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If you're going to wear garbage, why go for a half measure? An old onion sack would work, and be quaint and nostalgic. A green 50 gallon garbage bag would be cutting edge, and symbolize the degradation of our garbage dumps.
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