Congratulations! So, you’re getting married. Did you know the average wedding costs between $25,000 and $30,000? The things you could do with that money. An eco-friendly nuptial event can be cheaper and better for the planet. So, what better way to start your journey together, then an environmentally-friendly wedding and reception party in Atlanta, Georgia. Have a planet-conscious party for your special day and your children will thank you one day. To get you started, here are some ideas to incorporate for your planet-friendly wedding and reception in the Peachtree State.
Museums and Galleries in Washington, DC offer the most exquisite locations for your holiday party, quarterly meeting, lecture, seminar, sales meeting, corporate event, power breakfast, wedding or cocktail reception, award ceremony, black and white gala reception, fundraiser, silent auction, recognition function, afternoon tea, bridal shower, charity event, or any other special occasion that calls for elegant and formal surroundings. Museums and galleries have a striking elegance with the right ambiance and grandeur for your formal event. No decorations are required! Vaulted ceilings, ornate pillars, marble floors, art, sculptures, special exhibits, modern art, sweeping entries and magnificent doorways, wide stairs, chandeliers can all be signature features to make your special event unique!
Pet travel is a booming business. The Travel Industry Association reports that fourteen percent of US adults (29.1 million) travel with a pet for fifty miles or more. Seventy eight percent of these pets are dogs. So whether your event is a wedding, reception, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, bachelor party, bachelorette party, reception, corporate retreat or conference, if you’re heading to Portland, Maine, take Fido with you!
More than just the latest trend, environmentally conscious meetings, receptions, conferences, weddings, seminars, retreats, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs and anniversary parties make good business sense. According to TheGreenGuide, municipal composting, green design, a high percentage of renewable energy and a high use of public transportation propelled San Francisco into the top 25 green cities in the US in 2006, and the top ten in 2005!