make a difference with your business



One of the biggest wedding trends of the 21st century is giving back with an ethical wedding. From the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the hometown bride who wants to share love on her wedding day, couples are using their big day as an opportunity to not only celebrate, but share love. That's one timeless trend we can get behind!

Our blog is dedicated to providing the tools, inspiration, and team to help couples change lives through their wedding. Our vendor directory is compiled with purpose to connect brides with talented wedding professionals who give back through their business - whether in a big or small way. 


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"I realized the name gave voice to what I've been trying to put a finger on as far as my purpose in the industry...not to be different or other or less than the pretty, romantic, tangible, elaborate, beautiful parts of weddings (bc that's really fun and special and lovely and great!) but to be MORE than just those things. To be lovely in purpose, in marketing/inspiration/impact and in our relationships we build with clients!"

brittany

Café au lait, caramelization grinder, strong frappuccino galão a robust pumpkin spice. Single origin grinder irish cup macchiato eu decaffeinated. Fair trade, white a, strong single origin as medium eu iced. Sit iced and frappuccino id as macchiato. Espresso so, white siphon, extra, variety saucer foam organic macchiato plunger pot variety.

I was speechless...

LINCOLN & SARA

kind words

1. Donate a percentage of your profit to a local shelter or wildlife fund.
2. Make sure your business is ethical. Try to ensure that you are being mindful of the environment and animals in your purchases and practices. For example, try not to use plastic, recycle, look into more ethical paper choices (100% recycled, fair trade, plantable wildflower seed paper), etc.
3. Time counts! Volunteer at a local animal shelter.
4. Donate product. Are you a baker? Make healthy dog treats to send to a pet rescue. A seamstress? Sew pet beds out of old shirts to give comfort to pups and kittens awaiting adoption. A stationery designer? Offer your design services to an animal shelter or wildlife rescue.

1. Time counts! Use your time and skill to volunteer at a hospital, provide creative care packages or cards for patients, plan charity galas, design promotional materials for an organization, lead health or fitness classes for a local retirement community or ymca, or take family portraits for patients with cancer.
2. Donate a percentage of profit to a medical related charity.
3. Make sure your business is ethical. For example, use ingredients that are safe, vegan, organic, use non toxic packaging and make sure everyone with a part in making your product, from the supply chain to the stores are being treated well and paid fairly.

If you do any of these things, you may be a great candidate for our vendor directory!

It’s so easy to give back with your business! Click on the causes below for suggestions of how to help.

1. Donate a percentage of your profit to a local shelter or wildlife fund.
2. Make sure your business is ethical. Try to ensure that you are being mindful of the environment and animals in your purchases and practices. For example, try not to use plastic, recycle, look into more ethical paper choices (100% recycled, fair trade, plantable wildflower seed paper), etc.
3. Time counts! Volunteer at a local animal shelter.
4. Donate product. Are you a baker? Make healthy dog treats to send to a pet rescue. A seamstress? Sew pet beds out of old shirts to give comfort to pups and kittens awaiting adoption. A stationery designer? Offer your design services to an animal shelter or wildlife rescue.

1. Sponsor a child each year with your business.
2, .Time counts! Volunteer, take a mission trip, plan a charity gala, design promotional materials for a nonprofit, raise awareness.
3, Donate product or services. Are you a caterer? Ask brides about donating left over food to a homeless shelter after the reception. A planner? Offer to plan charity events. A photographer? Offer your photography services to a nonprofit organization.
4. Make sure your business is ethical. For example, ensure that everyone with a part in making your product, from the supply chain to the stores are being treated well and paid fairly - no sweatshops, child labor, forced labor, or trafficking. Look for fair trade supplies and support artisans.
5. Allow customers to donate to a charity through your site or donate a portion of proceeds.

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