Real ethical weddings
When you’re planning your wedding, it’s always helpful to see how other couples have gone about it before you, so here you can do just that. Take a peek at the pictures to see how pretty an ethical wedding can be! And pick up some handy hints and tips for your own wedding preparations.
Emily and Paul wanted a wedding that reflected them, not tradition.
The answer? An alternative celebration at an eco centre.
Faye and David had their hearts set on a low carbon wedding and tried to source everything locally. Find out how they got on.
A yummy menu of local Suffolk produce was an absolute must for Laura and Andrew.
Local specialties such as white strawberries and raspberries and a keg of Adnams ale went down particularly well!
Katherine and Michael wanted a wedding that would be different, memorable and reflect their values.
A Chilean vegan feast and private salsa lessons were just the start!
Henriette and John refused to play by the traditional wedding rules for their Humanist wedding in Denmark.
A tight budget and DIY ethos got the creative juices flowing.
Elaine and Xander chose a humanist ceremony for their green wedding - giving them the freedom to create a more personal celebration.
Berry and Paul married in Reading in June 2007.
Getting their nearest and dearest involved in the planning made the wedding more intimate, more fun and in the end, more green!
Helen and Julian share the triumphs and tribulations of planning an earth-friendly wedding.
As ethical web designers, Vicky & Jez were always going to have an ethical wedding!
Their green wedding decisions involved a dress from Oxfam Bridal, antique wedding rings, and recycled wedding stationery...
Niki and Andy cut waste and saved money on their big green day.