We’ve compiled a list of the top 7 best wedding caterers that make sustainability a priority. We believe food must be green. No, not physically. But it must be sustainable to support our world’s rapidly growing population. 7.9 billion people populate Earth as of 2021, and with each person eating about three meals a day, and everyone hosting weddings and other events, we all need to incorporate some basic sustainability practices in our dining and entertaining.
A wedding is a day that will be remembered for the rest of your life. Many brides start imagining the dress they will wear, the look of their makeup and the smile of love on their husband’s face. Before we get ahead of ourselves we need to focus on one very important thing…what will the actual wedding day look like. Will it be outdoors or indoors? Big or small? Do you want privacy or do you prefer being surrounded by nature and big open spaces? Outdoor weddings are becoming more popular because they offer so many benefits.
If you’re looking for unique charcuterie board ideas for weddings, parties, events, or gatherings then you’ve found the perfect blog post. Charcuterie boards are becoming increasingly popular all across the United States because they are an excellent way to present food in a fun and creative way.
It’s no secret that plastic is bad for the environment. Many single-use plastic products take between 20-500 years to fully break down. Plastic is made from oil, a nonrenewable resource and fossil fuel. Switching from oil-based plastic to eco-friendly plastic alternatives would move our whole planet in a much more balanced direction and it’s simpler than we think to stop plastic from destroying the planet.
If you’re looking for disposable plates for wedding or event, or even looking for more sustainable tableware options for everyday use, you’ve definitely come across bamboo plates and palm leaf plates. Although they have a similar look, they couldn’t be more different in terms of eco-friendliness
The increased use of disposable plates over the last decade has changed the way we eat meals but unfortunately its also had a negative impact on our planet. By virtue of being heavy duty and cheap, most disposable plates contain hazardous chemicals and release dangerous pollutants that could lead to diseases, and even cancer.