|By Kate Harrison ~ December 31st, 2012 ~ Eco-Friendly Weddings||Comments Off|
2013 wedding trends are pointing towards all things glitzy glam. Roaring 1920’s weddings set in old mansions and historical venues will set the scene for late winter and spring weddings. A New Year’s eve wedding is the perfect time to go green and glam with a vintage 1920’s twist. Send your guests off with some delightful favors and brighten up their new year with sustainable choices.
Surprise your bridesmaids and your maid of honor with a beautiful, sustainable and organic pearl necklace. The cultivation of pearls requires the preservation of the ecosystem. The water must be pristine, the land around it must be undisturbed and the air clean. The slightest change in water temperature, salinity, pollution and current can kill the oysters. In fact, the cultivation of pearls is the only industry that requires man to preserve and protect the environment.
These lovely lollies have a pretty sheen to them. The Grand Marnier, an orange-flavored brandy liqueur, stands on its own, full of sunny lusciousness. Real, edible 23K gold sprinkled into the candy mixture adds to the beautiful aesthetic quality of this lollipop, creating an elegant favor for your wedding!
Priti NYC polishes are all completely non-toxic and made without toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DHB) and formaldehyde. These luxury polishes are fast drying, chip resistant, contain a UV inhibitor, and are extremely durable and glossy. They are also completely safe for use on children and moms-to-be. Priti NYC is very active in working with various charities and events in the community that support both environmental and women’s issues.