Sustainable Wedding Alliance

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As a sponsor of the Sustainable Wedding Alliance you become aligned with our core purpose of promoting sustainability, enhancing your brand reputation in the wedding industry and beyond.

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As part of our commitment to reducing the impact of our industry on the planet, we will commission regular impact reports to understand the progress our industry is making. Sponsors are vital to this piece of the puzzle, as without them much of our research couldn’t take place.

Sponsors are usually from outside of the wedding industry, but have shared purpose with the Sustainable Wedding Alliance, working to reduce our environmental impact.

As a sponsor of the Sustainable Wedding Alliance you become aligned with our core purpose of promoting sustainability, enhancing your brand reputation in the wedding industry and beyond.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please get in touch, we’d love to find out more about what you do and how we can work together to create a better future.

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