So you’re all excited about your big day and heck, you should be! It’s going to be a hit event in the story of you and it should be celebrated! But how do you invite all your awesome guests? Here are 5 eco wedding invites you may want to take advantage of.
Plantable Wedding Invites
What?! I know crazy, right?! Plantable wedding invites are made with seeds inserted directly into the paper and printed with eco soy ink. Make sure you buy ones that have soy ink, it’s healthier for the soil and the plant. You can choose from tons of plant choices and designs. They can be found relatively easy online.
E-Vites & Social Media
I know, I know…you may be thinking that’s not special and my invites are going to get lost in everyone’s spam. Well, you may be right about the spam, but they can look super special. I recommend sending a save-the-date via email or even better social media. Social media may work better. This will save natural resources including the fossil fuels to mail the save-the-dates. And you can still print and mail traditional invites. Hey, every little bit helps, right? Not to mention you’ll save some cash.
You and your partner can make a fun video to post on your social media accounts inviting all your friends and family to your big event. Hey, you may even trend!
Used recycled paper repurposes and reduces waste production. It also allows comes in lots of paper options for many different design options. Some companies even plant trees per order to offset the carbon footprint of the production and distribution of their products.
Postcard invites save natural resources because they do not use an envelop and weight less which uses less natural resources to distribute them. They are also very affordable and can be printed on recycled paper.
Well, thanks for reading! I hope this gave you some ideas about your upcoming big day. Have fun!
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