We’re excited announce our partnership with One Tree Planted, to plant one tree for every order placed via this website

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to global reforestation.

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.

Every tree makes a positive impact for nature, wildlife, and people, so we are honoured to support reforestation with One Tree Planted, as part of our passion in creating a more sustainable world.

We are currently planting trees in Australia, our home country, by making a monthly contribution after collating the number of orders at the end of each month. So thanks so much for ordering from our store and helping with reforestation around Australia.


Connie and Luna Studio is passionate about striving to create a more eco-friendly online shopping experience. We believe in sustainable and plastic-free packaging and are striving to provide the perfect balance between environmentally friendly, functional and beautiful packaging.

We consciously have chosen to use minimalist packaging.

We package our product in as much plastic-free packaging as we can, using paper-based product packaging and shipping boxes. Sometimes, we will re-use existing shipping boxes also to reduce waste. 

Our swing tags are currently swinging on re-purposed ribbons. Once used up, we will be transitioning to an eco-friendly option. 

Currently our only plastic packaging item is tape. As it would be wasteful to stop using a product that already exists, we will mindfully going through the remainder of our packing tape before converting to a more eco-friendly option. 



Our home studio operates on a property with solar panels, helping to offset our energy footprint with renewable energy sources.

We are also committed to reducing our plastic usage in our day-to-day by reducing our use of single-use plastics and plastic in general.

We also harvest our own produce from our permaculture garden, reducing our food miles, as well as composting and worm farming!