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Wedding Food

What’s on the Menu?

In our recent post about ethical flowers we discussed the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint when it comes to beautiful big day blooms.

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Bell tent village on the racecourse with blue skies at Plumpton Racecourse

Choose A Short Walk Home

When you choose to have an outdoor glamping wedding you choose no curfew. No carriages. You choose to have children running barefoot having the time

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Eco Wedding Transport

Eco Wedding Transport

At Beautiful Bells we wholeheartedly support eco and ethical practices. Weddings are large, expensive events, so those who show respect for our planet when planning

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Bride stood infant of bell tent village

Ethical Blooms

We recently did a post about ethical vegan weddings where we briefly touched upon wedding flowers. Today we’re delving a little deeper to educate you on how you can do your bit when it comes to keeping your blooms as ethical as possible.

The UK spends £2.2bn on cut flowers every year, but just 10% are grown here compared to 20 years ago, when half of flowers sold here were from the UK. This represents a significant environmental problem because of the impact on water resources, the chemicals used in the growing process, energy used on refrigeration and the carbon footprint associated with air freighting.

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Groups of hens laid on the floor in cream bell tent, wearing eco glitter

Hen-tastic Games

If you’re staying with us at hen camp this year you’ll be busy organising activities and buying L plates and penis straws. No hen is complete without a game or two so we’ve compiled our favourite ideas…

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