Doing our bit for the Environment.​

Giving Back

Doing our bit for the environment.

The environment is very important to us here at TDR Bridal Birmingham that’s why we’ve been recycling our waste for 10 years now.

But we decided this year, that’s simply not enough.

After a lot of thought and searching we have Teamed up with The National Forrest to do our bit to help the environment.

For every wedding dress we sell, we pledge to plant a tree. You can dedicate your tree to whoever you like, be that a loved one or even yourselves as a couple.

You will get a personalised certificate and you can even choose what type of Tree you want us to have planted for you!.

Giving Back to the Environment with the National Forest

You can choose from:

Oak

The wise old oak tree. A symbol of strength and survival, this sacred species provides rich habitats for wildlife, with many enjoying its falling acorns as a food source.

Lime

With its wonderful red buds, beautiful bark spine, and large heart-shaped green leaves, the lime is perfect for birds and insects. Particularly, it is a favourite of the endangered honey bee.

Hazel

The leaves of the magical hazel tree turn yellow in autumn, covering our landscape in colour before creating a beautiful yellow pathway when they fall. A species perfect for dormice and caterpillars.

Silver Birch

The birch trees light open canopy provides the perfect conditions for bluebells, violets, grass and moss to thrive on the Forest floor. You may also find a nesting bird or two inside its trunk.

Rowan

A rowan tree can live up to 200 years. Its flowers grow in dense clusters of cream and white, and after pollination, develop into striking red fruits – a rich source of food for wildlife.

Wild Cherry

The leaves of a wild cherry tree change colour throughout the year, creating a beautiful year-round display. Beginning with a deep green before fading into orange and a deep crimson in autumn.

Whatever tree you choose, you will be joining us in giving back to this wonderful world we live in, protecting the environment for generations to come.

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