The Natural Wedding Company

Welcome to my newest soon-to-be regular blog post showcasing the businesses featured on The Natural Wedding Company directory.  There are so many wonderful businesses offering products or services to help you make your wedding day natural, eco-friendly, seasonal, handmade or vintage-inspired that I thought it was about time I started regularly sharing details of what you can find.

Each week on a Tuesday I will showcase three businesses sharing a snippet of what they do and where you can find more suppliers within the directory.  So without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to the first of the wonderful businesses…

Foundation Jewellerry fair trade gold wedding rings

If you’re looking for Fair Trade gold wedding rings or a diamond engagement ring with full traceability, then have a look at the jewellery created by Foundation Jewellery.  They are one of the world’s first jewellers to be registered to craft in Fair Trade gold, and also design in recycled gold and platinum and with 100% ethical gemstones.  Visit the directory for a full list of ethical wedding jewellers.

Dale Cottage Farm seasonal wedding flowers

Dale Cottage Farm offer a seasonal, locally grown, eco-friendly alternative to conventional wedding flowers, growing all their flowers themselves on their Worcestershire smallholding.  Natural, country-style wedding flowers are their speciality.  Visit the directory for a full list of seasonal and eco-friendly florists around the country.

Beechenhill Farm eco-friendly wedding

Get married at Beechenhill Farm, an organic dairy farm in the Peak District National Park.  Have your wedding ceremony in The Haybarn with its flagstone flooring, Victorian pine benches and glass-fronted gallery, before sitting down to a wedding feast of local produce.  This is a beautiful venue for a relaxed, natural wedding.  Visit the directory a full list of green and alternative wedding venues.

Beechenhill Farm Images: Emma Case Photography


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