July 28, 2013

Commit to Nature

Your wedding is one of the biggest expenditures of your life. So how do you have an eco-friendly wedding and make it money well spent? If you're getting married in the coming months, try these tips to make a smaller impact on the environment:

- Ask the caterer to recycle your bottles.

- Choose organic foods and wine.

- Opt for locally grown or seasonal flowers to cut down on the fuel required to transport them.

- Donate leftover food to a homeless shelter and donate flowers to a cemetery.

- Print the invitations with soy-based ink on recycled paper.


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