Friday, February 8, 2013

Green Bride Guide and Review

Are you or do you know someone who is planning their big day? While June seems to be the most popular month for weddings many couples have sentimental or personal reasons for choosing another month to tie the knot. July and August are quickly becoming the prime time for a sunny summer union. My husband and I said our "I do's" in September because it was the ideal month to be able to get our loved ones together to share the day with us. And of course what girl wouldn't want to walk down the aisle in February, the love month? Whatever day you choose we know that preparations are being made for that magical moment several months in advance. From finding the perfect setting, choosing the flowers, getting the guest list together, buying your perfect princess gown, and of course planning the after party.

The Green Bride Guide has a wealth of information to help make your day what you always dreamed about. Launched in 2009 by environmental lawyer Kate Harrison after her book, The Green Bride Guide, How to Create an Earth- Friendly Wedding on Any Budget.

The site is the leading resource for eco-friendly wedding ideas, product and services. The Green Bride Guide directory has over 1,500 green wedding service providers, such as restaurants that serve local, organic food and limousine companies that use hybrid vehicles. Its Green Wedding Shop has a large selection of eco-friendly wedding invitations, favors, and reception decor and the site's Green Wedding Gift Shop & Registry has over a thousand home goods hand selected for their quality and environmental savings.

Let's not forget the funnest part of planning a wedding, creating your gift registry. The Green Bride Guide has a large variety of gifts to help the eco-friendly couple make their new home together. From Recycled Glass Wine Goblets to Soft Bamboo Bath Towels. I was sent a sample of the lovely gifts you can purchase on the Green Bride Guide.

One of these gorgeous Beechwood Bird Kitchen Utensils. Sold in sets of 4 or 6 they are almost too pretty to use, but you can. They are made with responsibly harvested and renewable wood and have been laser engraved so as to ensure that the artwork on each utensil will not fade. I absolutely love these.

So whether you need to find a "green" vendor near you, need to tips on how to decorate responsibly, or are just looking for that special gift to present to the bride and groom, The Green Bride Guide is their to help.


The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

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