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Ethical Weddings Newsletter

Welcome to the October issue of the Ethical Weddings newsletter.

In this Issue:

A bumper edition
A lovely low carbon wedding
Loveducks Photography
Donate your wedding dress - part II
Could you have a priceless wedding?
Charity wedding auction
Are secret weddings green weddings?

In Other News

TV production company offers to pay for your wedding - find out more

Ethical Weddings quoted in Environmental Protection magazine: Reduce your carbon footprint at the altar

A bumper edition

We missed you in September so we've got lots to catch up on and a special bumper edition to do it in.

You'll find more real ethical wedding stories (including a 'priceless' one), a new green wedding supplier, and plenty of ways that your wedding can make a difference.

A lovely low carbon wedding

Faye and David's low carbon wedding

Faye and David got married at Folly Farm near Bristol in April  this year.

They set out to make their wedding as local and low carbon as they could and while it took a little extra effort, the results were definitely worthwhile.

With hay bales and bunting, tipis and homemade lanterns, Somerset cider and cheese, this is a proper (and very stylish) English country wedding.

Read all about Faye and David's low carbon wedding

Loveducks Photography

Loveducks Photography - bride in red trainers

Chamonix, the brains (or should that be they eyes?) behind Loveducks describes what she does as: "People, animal, earth & budget friendly photography!"

Her photos are a visual feast and the ethics behind them make them even more attractive.

Find out more about Loveducks Photography

Donate your wedding dress - part II

The Brides Project

Following our July story which looked at different ways to donate your wedding dress (How to give your wedding dress to another bride) we came across The Brides Project.

This organisation accepts gown donations from all over the USA, and then sells them at under half the retail costs, with all proceeds going to the Cancer Support Community (CSC).

Find out more about The Brides Project

Could you have a priceless wedding?

How to have a priceless wedding

You might be on a budget but would you attempt to plan your wedding for no cost at all?

This is what one couple did - and found that the process was quite a green one: reusing, recycling and borrowing instead of buying.

Get Brian and Jordan's tips on how to have a priceless wedding

Charity wedding auction

Wish Upon a Wedding logo

There's still time to take part in Wish Upon a Wedding's charity auction to help give couples facing terminal illness and other serious life-altering circumstances a wonderful wedding.

The auction runs until 31 October 2011 and you can bid for hundreds of items from entertainment and bridalwear to a heavenly honeymoon.

Find out more about Wish Upon a Wedding and their charity auction

Are secret weddings green weddings?

Couple by the sea

Amongst all the wedding planning madness, have you ever been tempted to tie the knot on the sly?

Nobody else there apart from 2 witnesses pulled off the street and perhaps your loyal labrador?

Read these stories about people who did just that and why it might be greener

We'll be back soon with our winter weddings edition.

In the meantime, wrap up warm and happy planning!

Katie, Jamie & Polly x

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