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New Zealand TV Desires Your Big, Fat, Green Wedding

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snipshot_d41e6m5pbcex.jpgInterested in getting married on the sands of St. Kilda beach in Dunedin, New Zealand? Or how about visiting Nelson and exchanging nuptials in a kayak off-shore Abel Tasman Park? If you have a desire to take your wedding and turn it into a green experience, then New Zealand Television is interested in you! With even soap stars tying the knot in a sustainable fashion, green weddings are becoming a welcome alternative to the massive waste and cost of the modern “big day.” We spied this post on Treehugger and thought someone out there might be interested in having their day recorded for others to draw inspiration from. Below are the details:

GREEN WEDDINGS: The traditional blushing bride dressed in white seems to be turning green. White weddings may have been the dream of fashionable brides of old, but now the trendiest weddings are seeking to give back to the environment. The ‘green’ wedding means everything from recycled wedding dresses and guests arriving by bicycle to home grown flowers and locally-produced food. SUNDAY, Television New Zealand’s primetime current affairs programme, would love to profile some couples about to embark on an eco-friendly wedding, for a television documentary. Please contact Joanne Mitchell, Researcher, if you are interested, by email joanne.mitchell@tvnz.co.nz or phone +64 9 916 7227.”

via Treehugger

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