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Edgardo Spano

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It's 2020 and it's no surprise that a growing trend this year in the world of weddings will be green weddings. These celebrations emphasize environmentally friendly practices throughout the wedding planning process. It's not hard to see why modern couples are opting for this more sustainable approach. The 2.3 million weddings held annually in the U.S. produce more than 1 billion pounds of trash, and one wedding alone is responsible for 400 pounds of garbage and 63 tons of CO2. Oftentimes, eco-friendly practices also come with lower price tags. Buying seasonal flowers, rocking a vintage wedding dress, and renting decor are all great ways to reduce your carbon footprint while putting money back into your wallet. Check out these eco-friendly wedding ideas so you can have a guilt-free celebration that leaves no trace behind. 

Recently, Zola.com created a list of 24 Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas for a Sustainable Ceremony and Reception and we thought it was absolutely brilliant! Eco-friendly weddings are the way of the future. Below are our favourite eco-friendly ceremony ideas from Zola.com, for the full article click here.




Edgardo Spano

Ed has always been drawn to taking on challenges and basks in the opportunity to be creative and visionary. From its inception, Ed has been a part of Seventh Heaven Event Catering. On paper, he oversees all the marketing, social media and sales of the business and is a Senior Catering Consultant for larger events, but what he does is so much more than that. Ed is the mastermind behind bringing together flawless presentations under tight deadlines. His motto is, “Anything is possible!” and he loves to be the one to make it happen at each new event. With the keenest eye for detail, Ed specializes in ensuring that each aspect is considered in every unique layout while bringing each one to life. He prides himself on being at the forefront of innovations for creative food presentation and is responsible for keeping Seventh Heaven on the cutting edge. For Ed, the best part of his job is a satisfied client, making them look good at their event and properly representing them to their clients. If Seventh Heaven can elevate their clients’ social or corporate presence in the market, he considers it a job well done.
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