Any large event that you plan is going to put a strain on your pocket and on the earth. Because you’re looking at up to hundreds of guests (all of whom need to be invited and fed) gathered in one place at one time, there will be ecological ramifications.
Fortunately, in this day and age, it’s easy to offset some of these factors with a few easy, eco-savvy steps. For a “green” wedding that not only save you money, but makes you feel good about giving back on your big day, here are a few tried-and-true tips.
One of the questions we often get here at Eldredge Manor is when is the ideal time to have a wedding. Spring or summer? Weekend or weekday? Morning or evening? Although you’re free to have a wedding whenever it suits you best, there are optimal times for your Utah nuptials. Whether you’re looking to maximize attendance or simply make the most out of local deals, here’s our guide to timing you wedding just right.
There’s no denying that a summer wedding is appealing if you’re hoping for a traditional ceremony awash with the natural blooms. You’re likely to get good weather, plenty of sun, and a beautiful setting.