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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

more greenery

One of the great benefits of handmaking your own flower arrangements and decorations is that you have an opportunity to make ethically responsible choices for your wedding. Stay tuned for a guide to growing your own flowers (which will be up soon), but for now Betsy Nordlander has written a great article on keeping your "wedding footprint" small.

I would love to dedicate next Wednesday to eco-friendly wedding ideas, so please send in your ideas!


Blogger Kia said...

Hi. I am doing a wedding in Costa Rica next year on the southern Caribbean coast. I went through an environmental organization to find a coordinator and she is helping us to keep everything as "green" as possible. We are even doing carbon shares as guest favors to offset the air and land travel as well as a volunteer work day for the wedding party.

My question is, can you suggest a site that is specific to landscaping in that zone. The property owner we are renting our bungalows from has offered to let us use flowers on the property. I simply have no idea what direction to give for what we want planted. There is still a great deal of fauna and flora in the region and I don't want to accidentally ask for anything too outrageous that can be detrimental.


2:23 PM  
Blogger Schmancy said...

awesome article from betsy! i never thought so much about how a wedding impacts our world.

4:15 PM  
Blogger hibbers said...

Please someone tell me what are those fabulous bright pink flowers?!

3:52 AM  

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