With the growing concern for the environment, a rising number of couples are choosing eco-friendly weddings. Couples that care about the environment are going to great lengths to make their wedding as eco-friendly as possible. If you have a special place in your heart for nature, tell the world about it and dedicate your D-day to it. And, before we go any further, let us burst your bubbleeco-friendly weddings are NOT dull or unappealing.Even though eco-friendly weddings have been popular in India for some time, it is only now that arranging one is no longer a difficult undertaking. There are more options than ever before for hosting an environmentally aware wedding. There are so many different advancements that allow you to go green for your wedding, whether it's the decor, wedding invitations, or favours. The best thing about these weddings is that even the smallest things matter. Simply substituting dried flower confetti for party poppers can make a tremendous difference and make your wedding more eco-friendly.So, if you're wondering how to organise an environmentally friendly wedding, we've put up a list of suggestions for you.1. InvitesYou can use e-invites to avoid the constant waste of plastic and paper that comes with printed wedding invitations. Indians are becoming more familiar with the practice of Whatsapp and Email invitations, and these digital invitations are no longer considered informal. With e-invite designs, the possibilities are infinite, and you can even save a lot of money because certain portals allow you to design e-wedding invites for free.Seed paper invites are an eco-friendly alternative to printed cards if you still want to use them. These invites are made of biodegradable paper with seeds implanted in them, and they can be planted in soil later.2. Wedding FavoursGuests receiving wedding favours have become an important component of Indian weddings as well. There are numerous alternatives, ranging from unique favours to those that your visitors will actually use. However, eco-friendly wedding favours such as seeds, saplings, plantable paper cards, bamboo toothbrushes, jute bags, and other items can be used to make an environmentally conscious effort.3. Dealing With Food WastageA grim fact remains that at weddings, a lot of food is thrown away. Instead of tossing it out, you can donate it to a non-profit organisation. Several organisations are willing to pick up surplus food from wedding venues and distribute it to the less fortunate. Talk to your caterer about it so they can make the necessary packing arrangements.4. Reusable DecorThe key to eco-friendliness is sustainability and reusability. You may go green with your decor by using potted plants as table centrepieces, which will give your wedding a lovely rustic feel. You can also have handwritten chalkboard signs that can be rubbed and personalised again for signage.5. ConfettiShower the couple with dried flowers instead of the customary party poppers confetti. Make sure you use the petals if you're using fresh flower petals for the flower shower. Several non-profit organisations that use these petals to manufacture incense sticks and herbal colours can be contacted.