This is WeddingShow247’s monthly round-up. Take a look at some of the industry insights that were shared on our platform over the last month. We have hand-picked some of the highlights. For a full look at what is going on explore the blog and seminar room.
1. Written by 77Diamonds – The guide to sustainable, zero-waste, ethical weddings – Part 2
We’ve seen what some people are doing wrong, but how can you combat that? Hosting a zero-waste wedding doesn’t have to be hard. Let’s discover how you can make each aspect of your big day more eco-friendly.
Looking good at your wedding is a must. But that doesn’t mean you have to compromise when it comes to your sustainability efforts. There are a handful of ways you can take a green approach while still looking the part.
2. Written by Buzz Music Group – Why you need a banana on your wedding day
On your wedding day you might feel anxious or nervous about walking down the aisle in front of what is essentially an audience, and that’s fine and perfectly normal! We’re all different and not everyone enjoys being the centre of attention. Embrace the adrenaline and follow these tips from our world class musicians who are seasoned performers and you will own the room
3. Written by BusyBrides – Just got Engaged? What now?
Your wedding will become a huge part of your life, and it is easy to spend anything up to three hundred hours just in the planning alone. It sounds daunting, but relax and let me guide you through this exciting time.
From the joy of getting engaged, right up to the day you say “I do”, the roller coaster of emotions can be overwhelming. But no two weddings are the same so you will need to plan to some degree, and even if your wedding day is planned for over a year away, there are always things that will trip you up.
4. Written by VirtualExpo247 – 5 tips for more sustainable marketing
Sustainability has become an increasingly important topic in recent years, and it’s no different in the world of marketing. Consumers are demanding environmentally-friendly products and services, and companies are responding by making changes to their operations and marketing practices. Here are five tips to help you make your marketing more sustainable.