Many couples want their guests to feel well-fed but more often than not, weddings have too much food, and adding on a dessert table will only make guests feel obliged to taste everything which only leaves them feeling tired and completely gorged.
Better to have small desserts that won’t leave your guests feeling bloated.
Do you really need a wedding arch for the ceremony? The truth is that wedding decor is often excessive—and a lot of it ends up in the trash.
Instead, look to more sustainable decor pieces that you can repurpose after your wedding.
Designer Wedding Dresses
There’s one line that we can draw pretty clearly: however important you think your big day is, it’s not worth getting into debt over.
With that being said, it's very difficult to find a dress you like that also fits in your budget, but remember you'll probably only wear this dress once, so don't spend too much on it.
Many stationery items for weddings get printed and quickly discarded—and some of them can be easily communicated without all the paper waste and extra expense.
It's typical for couples to want to stick to physical invitations for their wedding, but for everything else, consider going digital.
Glow sticks, funky glasses, and fluffy accessories are great for a fun, fleeting moment, but they're not ideal for after your big day.
Generally made of plastic, they'll never truly decompose and mount on more unwanted waste. If you must, opt for edible paraphernalia and other more sustainable options.