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Is Jennifer Aniston Planning A Green Wedding With John Mayer?

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Courtesy of the gossip world, rumors are percolating that Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer are making plans to tie the knot sometime this fall. Of course, with only sources labeled as ‘friends’ revealing such info, feel free to make light of this speculation.

Somehow, even the wedding details have been unveiled — with sources saying that Aniston is keen to keep the ceremony low-key and eco-friendly; a definite change from the fireworks and million dollar splash of her previous marriage to Brad Pitt in 2000.

Aniston’s green credentials are a bit of an enigma. On one hand she claims to practice water conservation — and has contributed thoughts on the subject in The Green Book. She’s also building an eco-friendly ‘green mansion’ with a solar-heating system, drought-resistant plants, and all organic materials. Then again, it’s also 11,000 sq.ft. Additionally, she’s also the main spokesperson for bottled water brand Smart Water.

While we don’t doubt Mayer’s influence on Aniston’s transition towards a greener lifestyle, we’re not necessarily convinced that the former Friends star is genuinely concerned with susainability. Even if everything is green down to the organic tableclothes, don’t expect tap water to make an appearance.

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