Our Deluxe Green Wedding Starter Kit has everything you need to start planning your green wedding AND MORE! It contains everything the Green Wedding Starter Kit includes an autographed copy of The Green Bride Guide book, exclusive samples from our approved green wedding vendors, and a ton of information, all packaged in a 100% recycled cotton Green Bride Guide tote. PLUS, the kit includes a $50 gift card to the Green Bride Guide Gift Shop & Registry! Recycled bags are provided by Eco Promotional Products.
This item is perfect for any bride or green wedding planner! It also makes a great gift!
You may also be interested in our basic Green Wedding Starter Kit.
Planning a wedding can be a challenging process. This kit provides a starting point for couples looking to add sustainable touches to their celebration. From rings to invitations to gowns and favors, the Green Bride Guide book and accompanying materials make it easier than ever to plan the wedding of your dreams while minimizing the environmental impact of your big day.
Domestically manufactured goods eliminate the emissions and other environmental costs associated with foreign manufacturing and overseas transport.
Any material that comes from plants, animals, or minerals and is used without significant modification or processing. Natural materials include biotic materials, such as wood and natural fibers, and inorganic materials including stone, metal, and clay.
Made from old materials that have been collected, sorted and processed into raw material. The recycling stream uses what would otherwise become waste to make new products, reducing the consumption of virgin resources and the pollution generated with waste disposal.
USDA Organic is a certification process for producers of organic food and other organic agricultural products in the United States. The US Department of Agriculture sets the standards for the growing, storage, processing, packaging and shipping of organic goods and certifies any business directly involved in the process, including seed suppliers, farmers, food processors, retailers and restaurants.