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Today’s lovely guest post comes to us from Claudia, an environmental advocate Classics student at Edinburgh University. Enjoy!
We all know how expensive weddings can be, but do we ever stop to think what is their impact on our planet? Turns out weddings use a lot of resources and leave behind a significant amount of unnecessary waste. Luckily there is a lot that can be done to celebrate our love and at the same time give our contribution to a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Here are our tips for a more ethical wedding.
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Today’s wedding vendor interview is with Danit Zamir of Bloomerent, a unique company that offers couples an eco-friendly and budget-friendly way to include fresh cut flowers in their wedding! Enjoy:
Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.
I started my career in sports news and shifted to startups shortly after. I valued things that were only possible in a more intimate environment, things like being part of a great culture and my work making an immediate impact in the growth of a company. Starting a business wasn’t something I sought out to do, but after my own experience running into a problem with no viable solution, Bloomerent was born. Bloomerent is a sharing platform for wedding flowers. We refer brides and grooms to florists with the end goal of sharing their centerpieces with another wedding or event in the same weekend. Flowers last for days, even weeks, when taken care of properly and look even more beautiful days into their lifespan because they are fully bloomed. Our mission is to reduce waste and cost for floral arrangements without sacrificing quality. Bloomerent isn’t only for weddings, it’s meant for anyone hosting any event who wants to share in the spirit of going green and giving back.
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