What is a sustainable wedding? Written by Jervise Penton We all know how stressful preparing for a wedding can be. Planning a sustainable wedding can be even more challenging, especially if you don't know where to start. A sustainable wedding is one where the couple ensures that everything from the decor to the venue is as eco-friendly as possible. It is no secret that the average wedding is seriously bad for the environment. According to reports, an average wedding produces 400 lbs of garbage and 63
Eco-Friendly Farm Weddings Our environmental crisis is a global problem, a mess we've all made together and we must face the consequences of together. I'm not going to get on my soap box here, but lowering the waste generated by weddings is something we strive toward at Emily Katherine Events and we hope to inspire and educate both couples and other wedding professionals to work toward more eco-friendly weddings. And since we're all in this together, we wanted to share some thoughts from our friends across the pond about
Today's guest blogger is a phenomenal women, whom I have had the pleasure of knowing for about a year now. Nancy Loeffler is a grief journey-guide. She helps others navigate through difficult times in their lives, by helping them to accept and process their grief. As a wedding planner I've seen brides honor loved ones at their weddings in a variety of ways. I asked Nancy if she'd be interested in writing about celebration and grief for Emily Katherine Events; exploring the feelings surrounding the remembrance of loss on a joyous occassion.
Today I want to share with you something exciting... Emily Katherine Events' first guest blogger! I've been working with some amazing wedding professionals to bring you even more content to satisfy your wedding cravings. My goal with these guest posts is simple. To bring you different ideas and viewpoints as you embark on the exciting process of planning your event. I love seeing so many different ways to get married (and there are a LOT of ways). Maybe you know what you want already, maybe you're still finding your style. Maybe you