voco St David’s Cardiff reveals how to reduce the environmental impact of your big day

voco St David’s Cardiff has come up with a constructive list to help you reduce the environmental and ethical impact of your big day: Image 1 Credit: www.ramphotography.cameraThe demand for green nuptials is on the rise, so voco St David’s Cardiff has come up with a constructive list to help you reduce the environmental and ethical impact of your big day.

When it comes to your invitations, try and utilise technology. Send out eco-friendly e-invites via email or social media.

Choose to have your ceremony and reception in the same venue to reduce your carbon footprint and choose a menu made using local, fair-trade and organic products.

Source pre-loved or vintage wedding rings and make your cake veggie or vegan. If that’s too drastic for you, aim for a menu that’s at least 50 per cent vegetarian.

Give your guests plant seeds as wedding favours, opt for a vintage wedding dress and adopt a zero plastic policy. These are all ways that you can help save the environment while still enjoying your nuptials.

To find out more about voco St David’s Cardiff, visit www.ihg.com/voco/hotels

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