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Savvy Eco-Wedding Resources




Portovert Magazine, online at Portovert.com (pronounced porto-vair), caters to socially hip couples eager to tread softly on the earth through the festivities leading up to and through their big day. “We demonstrate how to source luxe looks so they’re environmentally (and socially) responsible,” says Meghan Yudes Meyers, CEO and editorial director.

She characterizes this fresh online resource as an eco-chic paperless alternative to Elegant Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings and InStyle Weddings. Touted as “the first and only magazine for eco-savvy brides and grooms,” lovebirds looking for style and sustainability will do well to start here.


Source: LOHAS Weekly Newsletter

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