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Eco-Friendly, Rustic Farm Theme Party
Eco-Friendly, Rustic Farm Theme Party
Category: Blog
Posted: 06-29-2012 14:49
Views: 6631
Synopsis:

Host an Eco Friendly Rustic Farm Theme Party to delight young and old at your next birthday party bash. This party theme celebrates a simpler lifestyle, and it does so in a way that seeks to minimize the waste created at typical parties.

Favor, Favor, What's Your Eco-chic edible Favor?
Favor, Favor, What's Your Eco-chic edible Favor?
Category: Blog
Posted: 06-13-2012 10:58
Views: 5735
Synopsis:

Confused by what to offer your guests as a good eco-chic favor? Your Green Event Expert offers a multitude of possibilities for brides and perky party planners.

Eco-chic Strawberry Fields Wedding
Eco-chic Strawberry Fields Wedding
Category: Blog
Posted: 05-02-2012 18:17
Views: 4537
Synopsis:

Join our green event expert as she details how to throw a luscious strawberry themed wedding. From sustainable decor to eco-chic bouquets, She's got you covered.

Celebrate Earth Day with a Fun, Eco-Friendly Party!
Celebrate Earth Day with a Fun, Eco-Friendly Party!
Category: Blog
Posted: 04-13-2012 19:26
Views: 5745
Synopsis:

Our planet awakens every spring and so does our appreciation for its fragile beauty. That's why on every April 22nd we celebrate Earth Day. Since the first celebration in 1970, the excitement for this holiday continues to grow each year. You can join in the fun by hosting an eco-friendly party to celebrate Earth Day with your family and friends.

Top Picks for an Eco-friendly Easter Gift Basket
Top Picks for an Eco-friendly Easter Gift Basket
Category: Blog
Posted: 04-05-2012 19:25
Views: 1732
Synopsis:

Easter morning is a special time for family traditions, which might include attending a sunrise church service; donning a new spring outfit; or hosting a special Easter brunch. But for young children, no tradition can beat the excitement they feel in checking out their Easter basket. And shouldn't parents, who only want the best for their families, fill those baskets with items that are healthy for the children as well as the planet?