Elopement Planning Resources
Over the last few years elopements and intimate weddings have increased in popularity as couples are saying goodbye to the stress of putting on a big “production” for their wedding day. I think it is absolutely amazing that couples are finally realizing that less is often more when it comes to saying “I Do.”
I’ve been to my fair share of large weddings, both as a photographer and as a guest, and if I’m being honest, nine times out of ten, couples are so busy worrying about the hundreds of guests they invited that they forget their day is actually about THEMSELVES.
Zero-waste is a topic I’ve been wanting to talk about for a while now, and this is a long post, so buckle-up and let’s get started!
First off, I just want to say that this guide is supposed to educational, and in no way am I trying to personally attack anyone. There’s a quote by Maya Angelou that’s been on my mind a lot lately which is “"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” I think we all have a responsibility to our earth to take care of it as best as we can, and we can’t do that if we don’t educate ourselves.