by Shayla Gunter-Goldstein

And the Bride Wore Green

Can your wedding reflect your eco-values?

Her granddaughter is getting married. The grandmother readies her guest list. What? An Evite? No reply card? No meat on the menu? Forest moss as a centerpiece? Once all about tradition, today’s weddings are much more about the values and desires of the bride and groom — or the bride and bride, or the groom and groom. Green is the new white, and green weddings are being embraced — and in many locales spearheaded — by Jews.

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