901. 1234
Plastic Elimination Index
16472. 66

839 million people ate safe meals

14181 tonnes of good garbage

901. 1234
Plastic Elimination Index
16472. 66

901 million people ate safe meals

16472 tonnes of good garbage

Green ‘I Dos’: Your Guide to Eco-Friendly Weddings

Wedding celebration ideas

Wedding bells are ringing, and Mother Earth is dancing, but not for the reasons you might think. It’s because more couples are saying “I do” to eco-friendly weddings!

So, let’s ditch the confetti cannons and non-compostable cutlery and dive into the world of eco-friendly nuptials.

Eco-Friendly Products: The Unsung Heroes of Eco-Friendly Weddings

When planning an eco-friendly wedding, it’s all about the details. For instance, rather than going for biodegradable plastic, you can use Chuk range of products that’s made from sugarcane fiber to make your wedding look chic and help keep the planet clean. They’re compostable, stylish, and can handle a slice of wedding cake like a champ!

But why stop at tableware? You can also send out invites on recycled paper, light up your venue with beeswax or soy candles, and replace traditional confetti with a biodegradable version. You’ll be surprised at how these small changes can add up without breaking the bank.

Incorporating sustainable practices such as using biodegradable tableware, managing the guest list, and repurposing decor items in wedding planning not only contributes to a memorable celebration, but also promotes responsible consumption and production, aligning with global efforts towards sustainability.

Sustainable Practices: The Secret Sauce to Eco-Friendly Weddings

Size does matter! Smaller weddings not only feel more intimate but also require fewer resources, reducing your carbon footprint. Plus, who wouldn’t want to avoid distant relatives asking awkward questions?

Choosing a venue that utilises natural light or a location powered by affordable and clean energy, couples can further contribute to sustainability during their wedding celebrations. Or, pick a venue that can host both the ceremony and reception to cut down on transportation.

And when it comes to decor, remember this mantra: “Rent, don’t buy!” If you must buy, choose items that you can repurpose in your home after the big day.

Gift Ideas: Because No One Needs Another Toaster

Traditional gifts can be wasteful and often end up gathering dust in a closet. Why not give experiences instead? A cooking class, a hot air balloon ride, or even a donation to an environmental cause in the couple’s name can make a lasting impression and won’t contribute to landfill waste.

Real-Life Inspo: Meet Deepa Kamath and Prashin Jagger

Deepa Kamath and Prashin Jagger are a real-life couple who decided to give their wedding a green makeover. They sent out E-invites and used eco-friendly products to décor the venue.

So, there you have it – the real gift of wedding! With a bit of creativity and planning, your big day can be a celebration of not just your love for each other, but also your love for our planet. Now, that’s a reason for Mother Earth to keep dancing!

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