Looking to have a Green Wedding?

Come visit us!!!!

May 16th, 2009, 2-4pm

When you hear the term "green wedding," most brides-to-be no doubt tremble with thoughts of patchouli, bizarre ceremonies, and more hemp than chiffon. But that's SO 1960s: a modern-day wedding, with minor modifications and the proper planning, can be as green as Ed Begley, but a heck of a lot prettier.

One person who knows is Mireya Navarro, the award-winning reporter for the New York Times. For the past couple of years, she has written for the Sunday Styles section of the paper looking for the latest trends, personalities, and innovations affecting fashion in the United States. She has discovered the Next Big Thing: Green weddings, and even wrote a book about it. The Road Less Traveled is honored to host a book signing for Navarro and her new book, "Green Wedding: Planning your Eco-Friendly Celebration." This event will be a great way to start your research, meet vendors and learn about the world of sustainable and stylish occasions. From photography to food and invitations, see how easy it can be to have a wedding with a lighter footprint.


1 comment:

Sherrlyn Borkgren Photography said...

I am very for Green weddings, green or eco anything! I'm always looking for new ways to reward couples who incorporate green into their wedding.

Good going Manuel!