Whilst you may assume your dress is made to a high standard, for some there is always a concern about how it has been produced, and with Tammam, not only are the dresses stylish and fantastic quality, but they have been crafted through a unique ethical supply chain, which consists of organic peace silk [you can read what this process is here] and fair trade tailors and lace makers working with traditional and updated crafts.
I first met owner and designer of Tammam bridal, Lucy at Eco Luxe last year in London. She has been creating bespoke wedding gowns since 2006 and all aspects of the collections are considered ethical, sustainable, organic and environmentally friendly.
This year they have also launched a bespoke lace service, which is designed and hand crafted to suit each brides interests, loves and desires. I love this concept, such a lovely way of making your gown so unique whilst having the faith that it has been crafted by a very skilled artisan in fair trade employment.
Tammam are happy to cater for brides with different budgets, and production of every gown is fair trade and farics are natural (or recylced), sustainable and vegetarian. The perfect designer for the eco-chic brides out there!