5 Ways To Let Freedom Take Part In Your Wedding April 16 2015, 0 Comments
Rethreaded is a social entrepreneurship that is breaking the cycle of the sex trade by offering viable and creative work to those affected by the sex trade i.e. prostitution, drug addiction and human trafficking. Proceeds from the sale of our products directly funds our mission to offer offers the oppressed a chance to grow into the fullness of who they are.
Photos and Blog | Heather Seidel
1. Accessorize your bridesmaids with Harmony, Hope and Grace.
Make your special day even sweeter by adorning your bridesmaids in accessories that benefit others. Between the Harmony Necklaces, Threads for Hope Bracelets, or our trademark Grace Scarves, the opportunities are almost endless.
2. Throw a home party for your bridal shower.
Gather your bridesmaids and raise awareness for a cause that empowers women everywhere. You supply the location, we'll supply the products and the presentations. Learn more about home parties here.
3. Thank your family and friends with products that promote freedom.
Amidst the chaos that is planning a wedding, it can be hard to think of the perfect thank you gift for those that have always supported you. Extend your appreciation to those that have shaped your life through gifts that change the lives of others.
3. Grab some gear for your honeymoon.
Advocate during your getaway! Whether you're sporting Rethreaded's exclusive products, or the dozens of products from our freedom partners, you're making a difference. Our favorites include the hand crafted blankets and bags from Sari Bari, pictured above on our intern Heather, or the relaxing oils available from our friends at Thistle Farms.
5. Rock a harmony necklace with your wedding dress.
Be bold and bear a vibrant Harmony Necklace that'll pop against your gorgeous white gown. Fearlessly celebrate your special day while donning a product that spreads hope. Together, we are making a lasting impact.
There's no better way to spread a message of love on your special day than by touching the life of another. By sending a message of grace on your wedding day, you pave a path that reshapes the lives of impacted women. We can and will create the spark that initiates change.