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A dream wedding need not be hard on the environment

Heavenscent Floral Art, an eco-friendly florist in Saratoga Springs, relies heavily on local flower farms, uses recycled vases and decorates arrangements with vintage ribbons. Owner Jordan Baker also creates planted table centerpieces, which can be enjoyed long after cut flowers have been dumped in the trash.
Heavenscent Floral Art, an eco-friendly florist in Saratoga Springs, relies heavily on local flower farms, uses recycled vases and decorates arrangements with vintage ribbons. Owner Jordan Baker also creates planted table centerpieces, which can be enjoyed long after cut flowers have been dumped in the trash.
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When you walk down the aisle, will you leave behind a huge carbon footprint? Without thoughtful planning, the answer to that question is likely to be yes. The lavish trappings of a traditional wedding result in amazing amounts of waste. And much fuel is burned in transit. But there are some simple ways to make your big day easier on the environment. When choosing your location, look for a site that's as "green" as possible. ...


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