As the whole green subject becomes more and more complex - combining environmental, ethical and organic issues, some of which can be conflicting - it's getting progressively harder to work out how to make your wedding eco-friendly without ending up with a glorified mudbath. Yet, quite rightly, many couples now want their weddings designed to help keep our planet, environment, agriculture and employment ethics as healthy as possible .
..without compromising on style, glamour, quality and, of course, fun. A tall order? Not now, with How to Get Married in Green. In this book, Suzan St Maur (also author of Wedding Speeches For Women and The A to Z of Wedding Worries and how to put them right) neatly unravels the increasingly tangled web of green issues relating to weddings; so that you can: choose from a range of options depending on how far you want to pursue your green approach; see how these options work across all key areas of your wedding; get some clever, effective ideas on transport, decorations, clothes, catering, entertainment and more; learn how to make those ideas work for you with style and panache; understand just what an appreciable difference these measures will make to our planet and wellbeing; and, enjoy your wedding (and its planning) even more, because you know you're making a difference. AUTHOR BIOG: Author Suzan St Maur is a prolific international writer, researcher, and editor as well as being the author of 16 published books on business, humour, general consumer topics. How To Get Married In Green is her third book on weddings and follows the success of Wedding Speeches for Women and an A-Z of Wedding Worries. She lives in Bedfordshire, England with her teenage son and an assortment of dogs and cats. CONTENTS: The author Preface 1. Jewellery 2. Hen and stag nights 3. Location 4. Stationery and communications 5. Clothing and cosmetics 6. Gifts 7. Flowers and decorations 8. Ceremony 9. Reception 10. Food 11. Drinks 12. Photography 13. Transportation 14. Honeymoons 15. Resources.Suzan St Maur is an international writer, researcher and editor as well as being the author of 16 published books on business, humour, general consumer topics and weddings, of which How To Get Married In Green is her third
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