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Nice day for a green wedding?

Lovebird_small_2 Earlier on in the week I brought everyone down with talk of funerals, for which I apologise. I must have been having an emo-moment. But with the weekend approaching fast, let's turn our attention to the altogether more cheery subject of weddings. If you've ever been to a wedding, you'll be well aware that there's an awful lot of waste involved: all that food, those expensive fabrics, bling bling diamonds, two previously sane individuals...

But cynicism aside, it doesn't have to be this way, as a new crop of ethical wedding specialists are proving...

Most recently, Gaia House was launched, with a stunning range of classic and contemporary wedding gowns in eco fabrics for the 'bride with a conscience'. Available to order online, they're made from 100% organic ‘peace’ silk and mixes.

If you don't want the rest of your big day to have too big an impact on the environment, this really useful directory lists every service you'll need, from suppliers of food, wine, stationery, jewellery and much much more to get you through the day in totally decadent style without compromising your principles.

February 9, 2007 in Green weddings | Permalink


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