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A Simple Wedding=A Green Wedding by Willo Radgens Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:07pm I am still catching up on telling you about my recent weekend of celebration. The last thing I wanted to share with y'all from that weekend was a glimpse of my cousin's wedding. My cousin, Erin, (like everyone in our family) struggled with how to manage our large family (50 cousins on that side alone) at a wedding that she wanted to be very sim ... Read on »
Green Wedding Ideas You May Not Have Thought Of by Sean D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 2:44am If you are into a green lifestyle then shouldn’t your big day reflect that too? Don’t think that a green wedding is a sacrifice in any way: instead you can find a way to share your love of the environment in really cool ways with your guests! #1: Just-Picked Wedding Flowers The usual bridal bouquet is not only common, it’s passe. Brid ... Read on »
5 Ways to Green Your Wedding by Sean D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Jun 2010 9:17am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Don't forget to get your copy of our free book on home water conservation . Summer is here, and that means the beginning of two seasons ... Read on »
Getting Married? Going Eco? How to Plan a Great Green Wedding by Shane S. Facebook Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 11:00pm Me on my wedding day...20 pounds heavier than I  am now but much less wrinkled! When I got married almost 20 years ago, I don't think I considered greening anything.  I was too freaked out by the seamstress who destroyed hundreds of dollars worth of hand made lace, the Isleworth Country Club wedding planning witch not ... Read on »
Green Your Wedding -- Invitations by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:26pm Getting hitched? Congrats! Sierra 's ace researcher, Michael Fox, recently did the same. He's sharing five great tips this week for making the big day a big win for you, your guests, and the environment. According to Michael, "You can green your wedding without making the day any less special." Tip #1: Look for recycled paper and eco-f ... Read on »
A Green Wedding by Carbon Fund Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:08pm Here's the latest from the burgeoning world of green weddings: " Green weddings and how to offset." The tale of newlywed San Franciscans Elizabeth and Andrew Krimstock was written by freelancer Jessica Rothschuh and published on WedNet. "Reduce What you can, Offset What You Can’t ™" Read on »
10 Steps to a Green Wedding by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:56pm NEW:Read our interviews with green wedding planners in San Francisco and Boise and meet a real-life couple that got married in a climate-neutral ceremony. Every engaged couple wants their wedding day to be a special celebration that reflects who they are and what they care about. Going green is a great way to make the festivities unique and ... Read on »
Making an Itty Bitty Impact with a Green Wedding - Part 3 by GodsDreamsForMe Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 8:41pm Hand painted signs add their personal touch As part of their green wedding plans, Mike and Tonia had their honeymoon on beautiful Kauai.  They have made it a green honeymoon by staying at the vacation home of friends and by cooking most of their meals. Don't grimace yet, they do have plans for dining out.  They are m ... Read on »
How to Throw a Gorgeous, Green Wedding! by Meg Donahue Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:43pm Wanna know the 3 top tips for throwing an eco-friendly wedding? Check out my interview with green wedding planner Corina Beczner of Vibrant Events over at Sprig ! She even spilled the beans on how she deals with the dreaded green bridezilla! (PS - That's my wedding bouquet above. Awww....) Read on »
7 tips for a Green Wedding! by Carbon Fund Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:11pm As a recently engaged eco-minded person I’ve been doing some pretty extensive research on “green weddings”. The tips I’ve found on sites out there range from great ideas such as having your caterer provide locally grown/organic food to absurd things like “decorate your cake with icing in the shape of bamboo”. No kidding. There are places in ... Read on »