Break the mould by considering emailing your invitations (do make sure though they don't get spammed and missed!). You would make a big difference to our planet by choosing an e-invite that uses no paper and no transport to deliver. You can also set up a simple website for guests to access event details, directions and accommodation suggestions.
If you are sending traditional invitations, here's what to look for:
- Choose a recycled* or tree-free paper. *Recycled paper should have a high "post consumer waste" content (meaning it has had a prior consumer life such as a milk carton)
- Printers that use soy or vegetable inks - or simply print at home on your printer.
- To save resources, fold the invite so that it doubles as the envelope as well.
Invitations featured here were designed by A Little Birdie Design Studio.