Your Ultimate Guide To Plan a Stunning Eco-Friendly Wedding

Posted by on June 13, 2019 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
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With each passing day, weddings ceremonies are becoming more lavish, extravagant, and the grand. If we compare the statistics of average wedding expenses of the last decade with the current time, there is a flabbergasting upsurge of 40% in the overall wedding budget. This figure exemplifies how much people are splurging the money to make the most special day of their life unforgettable.

Have you ever imagined how many needy people you can help out if you cut down the wedding budget and make it more sustainable and eco-friendly? Not only you will make a noteworthy contribution to make a healthier environment for everyone, but you can help numerous beings who are striving hard to arrange even 2 meals for the day.

To make sure your special day doesn't have any environment repercussions,  you should go for a well-planned and full-fledged eco-friendly wedding. However, most couples don't know how to plan a thumping sustainable wedding. For planning an eco-friendly wedding planning seamlessly, either you can hire professional Top wedding planners in Chandigarh, or you can jot down the efficacious sustainable wedding planning tips mentioned below. The choice is completely yours!

1) Wedding Invitation

As soon as the wedding date is locked, what is the first thing that couples do? Obviously, they start creating wedding invitations to invite guests.

Let's hop on to the other side of the equation for once. Have you ever calculated how many trees are cut down every year to produce the papers we use for writing, printing, or drafting varied kind of invitations? The numbers are mind-boggling and alarming as well.

Instead of using the conventional method of printing wedding invitations, you should adopt the digital approach. Create creative and quirky wedding e-invitations and render your contribution to make the planner greener.

2) Wedding Food

Yes! The food menu in big fat Indian weddings is simply riveting, extraordinary, and highly appetizing. From starters to the main course, deserts, you will find a plethora of options to satiate your appetite. But, only a handful of people knows what happens of the remaining food items. The food is thrown on the street which becomes unpalatable even for animals.

You can quench the hunger of many people by donating the remaining food to NGOs and other organizations who will distribute the food to needy ones. In addition to that, if possible, try to create a completely vegetarian food menu, and leave a strong message for those people who think that a sustainable wedding detriments the charm of a wedding ceremony.

3) Transportation

In a typical Indian wedding function, you will find that a huge chunk of the people reaches the venue by using their personal vehicle. Imagine, if 1000 people are gracing your wedding ceremony and at least 600 have brought their own vehicle, how much carbon emission is happening to visit a wedding function.

Request your guests to grace your wedding function by using public transportation. Or, you can arrange a big bus that will pick up and drop your guests. In that way, you and your guests can contribute a little in dwindling the ever-increasing carbon footprint.

4) Decoration

Most of the decoration items used to deck out a venue are either made up of plastic or the glass which are non-recyclable elements. Once the wedding is over, these decoration items will be thrown away and pollute the whole environment.

Try to use re-usable items to decorate the wedding venue. You can have a riveting decoration just by using re-usable items. Try to avoid using plastic and glass decoration at any cost.

5) Gift Donation

A couple gets a massive number of gifts from guests who attend the wedding. Most of the gift remains untouched for a long time because of the busy schedule of the newlywed couple. And, the amusing thing is some gift items are even used as the return gift by couples in someone else functions.

If you are one of those couples who avoid having unnecessary gift items, ask your guests to make a charity to some kid's foundation or their favorite charity organization. Not only it will save the paper used in wrapping gifts, but also it will make someone's life better.

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