2. Time of Day: Daytime allows natural light to cut down on electricity. if you're set on night time, consider using soy candles for a romantic ambiance; they burn cleaner and last longer.
3. Bridal Registry: Add fair-trade items to your registry list or have your guests donate to world changing causes such as saving the rainforest in your name.
4. Wedding Party Attire: What a perfect opportunity to implement "something borrowed." wear something that has been passed down or get your mom's dress re-done. You can also rent, buy used or recycled @ http://www.recycledbride.com/
5. Rings: Look for a jeweler that uses environmentally concious precious metals and conflict free diamonds.
6. Natural Face: Wear organic or mineral make up from brands that say no animal testing.
7. Serveware: Use eco-friendly and natural dinnerware.
8. Local Wedding: Choose a venue that's close to the majority of your guests. Think beyond traditional wedding venues. Look into unique locales such as a nonprofit spaces, botanical gardens, museums, art galleries, or historic buildings that operate with the same degree of concern for the earth that you do. Consider an outdoor setting such as a park, beach, lakeside, or mountaintop to take advantage of natural beauty that requires minimal embellishments by you.
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10. Vendors: Go with locally grown, organic food, vineyards, fair trade flowers.
11. Eco-conscious Honeymoon: Create the perfect blend of romance and eco-conscious travel. http://www.greatgreentravel.com/
If you had a green wedding, what are some things you did? We'd love to hear your ideas!