The possibilities are endless when
it comes to the colors and themes that you can use when decorating for your
wedding. Decorations allow you to set the tone and ambiance for your special
day and provide you and your fiancé with a great opportunity to personalize the
Once you decide on a theme and
color scheme, you can start planning the rest of the décor. There are many
fabrics, centerpieces, and accessories you can use that are elegant and
for the following:
You definitely should not use
live animals at your wedding. Animals aren't ours to use as entertainment or
decoration! There's no need to release butterflies or doves or have goldfish in
your centerpieces, especially when décor company Gemmy has created
lifelike versions of fireflies, butterflies, and fish that can serve as
beautiful decorations—without the cruelty. Show your love for animals by
letting them have the day off.
Limousines, town cars, bicycles,
party buses, and electric cars are all animal-friendly forms of transportation.
Horse-drawn carriages are neither romantic nor animal-friendly. Horses are not meant to be in the
middle of traffic, and they can become seriously injured in accidents and suffer from exhaustion.
One PETA staffer and her husband
chose a classic black-and-ivory color scheme for their January wedding. Using
silk-free satin chair wraps, floral centerpieces, and homemade table numbers (crafted with the help of some cheap
picture frames and Photoshop), she was able to create gorgeous,
cruelty-free table settings.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.