Send out wedding invitation electronically to save on printed envelopes and cards.
Choose a venue with natural lighting and a naturally ventilated design to reduce energy consumption.
Select a venue with eco-facilities, such as a zero/low carbon building, or a building with green certification.
Decide on a venue easily accessible by public transport to minimize carbon emissions.
Arrange coaches for guests to reach the wedding venue to reduce fuel emissions by using private transportation
Encourage guests to travel to the venue by public transportation or even on foot if possible
Make sure of "up-cycling" to decorate the venue, for example by transforming unwanted or recycled materials into attractive original decor, where possible.
Use various fruits as weeding decor, which can be consumed after wedding ceremony or taken home by guests as a gift without wastage.
Wedding Gown and Tuxedo
Choose a wedding gown and tuxedo with fewer layers and open-collar style which can make the bride and groom feel more comfortable and thus avoid additional air-conditioning.
Rent instead of buying a wedding gown and a tuxedo in order to avoid wastage.
Choose local and organic food to reduce carbon emissions.
Avoid shark fins and endangered food items or ingredients which are no environmental friendly.
Avoid ordering excessive food to reduce waste.
Encourage guests to take the leftovers home, or plan ahead to donate the excessive food to a charity organization.
Instead of beverages such as beer and soft drink, serve natural fruit juices which involve less manufacturing process and are healthier.
Prove reusable cutlery and cups.
Wedding Photo Shooting
Circulate wedding photos electronically instead of printing to reduce the consumption of paper and ink.
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