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"The Green Bride Guide: How to Create an Earth-Friendly Wedding on Any Budget is nothing short of a goldmine of information for any couple. Kate did a fantastic job writing it and deserves mammoth amounts of attention and thanks.
" - Victoria Everman blog
"If you're in the early stages of planning your green wedding, grab this book and read it from cover to cover - you'll be buzzing with eco-inspiration!
If you've got just a few months (or weeks, or days!) to go, get a copy anyway and you can dip in and out of the clearly labelled chapters to find the tips you need.
" - Ethical Weddings Blog
"In this book you'll find out how YOU can plan our 'special day' without sacrificing style or the environment!" - Made by Girl
"If you're a green person through and through and in the process of planning a wedding, I'd definitely recommend this book. But, I'd also say it's a helpful resource for the "green" environmentally friendly couple, new to the idea of leading a green lifestyle together or planning an eco-chic wedding. You can't go wrong with showing a little love for the earth!
" - WeddingFrantic.com
"Kate does a great job of explaining both the why and the how of green wedding planning, and she covers everything from the engagement and bridal shower to the wedding location, transportation, ceremony, reception, food, flowers, and even the honeymoon! I really can't think of a single thing she's missed here.
" - MissMalaProp.com
"Well organized and easy to read, The Green Bride Guide is full of suggestions for every wedding budget. Even though I'm radpidly heading toward my five year wedding anniversary, I still enjoyed reading this book and marveled at how creative Kate is. " - Allie's Answers
"Her book is an excellent resource for any couple who wants to plan their special day with fabulous style and without harming the environment.
" - Sweet Greens
"When it comes to creating a green event, it doesn't have to be all or nothing: trying your best is what counts, says Harrison. And The Green Bride Guide will help you do just that." - Intimate Weddings
"makes it clear that going green
does not have to mean going broke
makes it easy to know at a glance what will or will not be realistic.
Budget need never be sacrificed to inject a lot or a little green, nor
does style, creativity, comfort or fun.
simplify the interview process " - BookPage
Kate L. Harrison (Connecticut) graduated from Vassar College with a major in Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development. After school, she moved to Berkeley, CA, where she worked in environmental education and outreach. She holds a J.D. from Pace Law School and is currently finishing her master's degree in Environmental Policy, Law, and Economics from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She wrote The Green Bride Guide after she and her husband Barry planned their own green wedding in 2007.See all Editorial Reviews
This book has a lot of good tips about how to keep a wedding simple (and, at the same time, eco-friendly).Published on May 14, 2011 by Diana C. Lavery
This book is really great at stating the obvious. It can be summed up in one sentence: recycling is good and overconsumption is bad. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by Kindle Customer
My rating is for the book as a whole but my review only addresses photography, on which I would rank this book with only ONE star. Read morePublished on October 18, 2010 by Copper Tomato
As any current, former, or future bride might know, when planning a wedding it is helpful to have some sort of "guidebook" to reference. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by kelink
The Green Bride Guide has ideas that even the most eco-conscious might not think of, as well as very doable ideas for the couple who is just dipping their toe into going green. Read morePublished on August 20, 2010 by Jean