Fall is a beautiful time of the year for a wedding. The changing color of the leaves and crispness in the air reminds you that nature is present. Natural is truly best.
Eco-chic is a term used often to describe rustic and natural products. ThinkEco² builds creative rustic wedding décor from repurposed and reclaimed cedar. Founder of ThinkEco², Brian Behncke owns and operates Briven Construction during the day and builds wedding trays for centerpieces, outdoor tables with built in flower planters, and individual flower pots at night. The wood comes from old fences that have an aged, weathered, and rustic look.
Behncke teamed up with Jules Lavallee, Marketer from Boston to launch ThinkEco². Lavallee’s goal is to create eco-chic products while giving back to the community. ThinkEco² donates wine racks for charity auctions including TNT Memorial, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and Mama’s Kitchen.
ThinkEco² also offers handmade wine gift boxes, Groomsmen liquor gift boxes, and wine racks.
ThinkEco2 plans to turn out a whole line of original wedding products…production style and to hire Veterans. Their products are made in San Diego.
Their products can be viewed at www.etsy.com/shop/thinkeco2.