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Category: Eco-Weddings

Designing an Eco-Friendly Wedding

The concept of being eco-friendly can be a little daunting. It means so many different things to so many different people and attempting to encapsulate all that “eco-friendly” is, is no easy feat. Throw in that wedding word and you’ve got a recipe for a whole lot of overwhelm, anxiety and the dreaded eco-guilt. Let’s be honest, wedding’s can be a lot to comprehend without adding your concern for the environment into the mix as well.

+ A person stands barefoot on two layered rugs. Their patterns very bright colourful and fun.

12 Eco-Friendly Ways to Decorate Your Wedding Without the Use of Plastic

Sorry balloons but you’ve really got to go.

+ A light wood wedding arch draped with soft white fabric and a colourful bouquet in the upper left corner

5 Reasons Your Wedding Florals Might Not be as Eco-Friendly as You Think

We use them to make everything feel natural, to signify the outdoors and to bring a little of the outside, in – but how eco-friendly are your wedding florals really? Have you put any thought into where they came from, how you’ll be using them, or what will happen to them when your wedding is over? Considering the whole lifecycle really is the key!

+ A moody table setting of dark patterned plates and bowls sitting atop a circular cane placemat and a wooden table.

5 Things to Consider When Choosing Your Eco-Friendly Wedding Caterers

As if all that food on offer and the huge amount of variety, themes, styles, different serving methods, cutlery options, crockery options… (the list goes on)… weren’t enough, now I’m hear telling you you should be considering how eco-friendly that catering is too?? I get it, it’s already complicated, but choosing a vendor that aligns with your values shouldn’t be difficult – here’s what you need to consider.

+ A stack of tired looking vintage books stand on a white backdrop. A white flower draped across them.

3 Eco-Friendly Substitutes for Common Wedding Features

What are some of the common features in weddings that maybe aren’t so sustainable, and what can they be replaced with to ensure a similar (or better) experience, without harming the environment?

+ A rustic old picnic table is draped with a yellow tartan wool blanket. On it sit a coffee, diary and reading glasses, ready for a days' work planning eco-weddings

3 Tips for Planning a Wedding During a Pandemic

As I sit writing this, in March of 2021, we’re sitting around the one year point since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. One year since that very first lockdown hit so unexpectedly, cancelling so many plans, events, visits and yes, weddings. And yet, one year on – although we now know how this works, things are still very up in the air.

+ A bride wears a tulle dress in many shades of blue as she walks past a small water feature, her dress dipping casually in the pond and her rustic eucalyptus bouquet hanging from her hands.

How to Make Your Wedding Unique

“Unique” is a word that gets thrown around an awful lot in the wedding industry. Everyone wants their wedding to be unique. To stand out. To be unlike all of the others. It’s a pretty big ask in an industry so strongly influenced by current trends, styles and fashion…

+ Several glamping belle tents and a marquee set up in a paddock ready for a nature-inspired eco-wedding.

Choosing Your (Eco-Friendly) Wedding Venue

There are already so many things to consider when it comes to choosing your wedding venue, throw in that eco-friendly word and things can get seriously overwhelming.

+ A burgundy wedding suit hangs from a driftwood arch

How to Choose Eco-Friendly Wedding Attire

It’s the suits, the shoes, the jewellery, the head piece, the ties, the coats you’ll wear later. It’s your day after outfit, or the clothes you’ll wear to the rehearsal. It’s the outfits you’re gifting your wedding crew and the suspenders you’ve had made for your dad. There are so many beautiful and meaningful aspects to your wedding attire. It makes sense that they align with your values so you can wear them and gift them totally guilt free.

+ A cane basket sits on the ground full of sustainably dried rose petals and hole punched leaves ready to be thrown as eco-friendly wedding confetti.

The Ultimate Eco-Wedding

I was led to write this post in answer to the question on everyone’s lips, “Can I still hire you to plan my wedding if I’m not really all that eco-friendly?” And the answer is quite simple really – of course you can! But let me explain why, and in fact, let me explain how hiring me is even more perfect if being eco-friendly in every day life isn’t something that comes particularly naturally to you.