Choose a vintage or once-wed dress. Use family members, vintage boutiques and websites such as "Recycled Bride."
Recycle a brides maid dress. Allow your bridesmaid to use a dress they already have. Once again you can always buy vintage or borrow from friends and family. Other choices would be to choose sustainable fabrics or dresses that are locally created.
Choose a florist that has organically grown, in season local flowers
Wooden flower box as center piece.
Chalk boards and windows are a great Eco friendly way to display seating charts and menus.
This fairytale tea party uses old hanging books to create a cozy table arrangement.
Sometimes nature is all the decoration you need. Simple ribbons hanging from a beautiful focal point can make a big impact.
Use natural stones as an alternative to the traditional guestbook. After your guest sign them you can permanently display them in your home or garden.
Although electronic invitations are an option when being Eco friendly, it is not very personal or creative. Instead use recycle paper, or pieces of wood to write your invitations on.
Edible favors. Jars of jam or fresh honey can be found at your local farmers market, or orchard. You will support our local economy and your guest will be able to reuse or recycle the glass containers.
Branch of wood used to make Fallen Wood Tea Light Holder