Eco-Friendly Party Planning Narragansett RI

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Kangaroo Kids Bouncy Party
(401) 294-4191
3 Top Hill Dr
West Kingston, RI
Nifty Gifts & Party Goods
(401) 295-9955
567 S County Trl # 205
Exeter, RI
(401) 827-9400
Cowesett Corners Shopping Center300 Quaker Lane
Warwick, RI
Mon-Sat 9-9
Sun 10-6

Jumparoo Zoo
(401) 862-2891
6 Holly Dr
Westerly, RI

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Fifas Party Store
(401) 228-3630
12 Plainfield St
Providence, RI
Party Shack
(401) 885-4455
48 Frenchtown Rd
North Kingstown, RI
Party City
(401) 827-9400
300 Quaker Ln
Warwick, RI
Magic Studio
(401) 841-0735
433 Thames St
Newport, RI

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Party City
(401) 333-6949
622 George Washington Hwy # F5
Lincoln, RI
Emily Party Store
(401) 475-4776
744 Dexter St
Central Falls, RI
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Green your Holiday Party: Eco-Friendly Tips for the Season

resolutionsIt’s that time of the year for hosting your annual holiday party, and you’ve decided to try to make it more eco-friendly. If you want to throw a successful and enjoyable party, but also make less of an impact on the earth, here are some suggestions for ways to do so.

Invitations : has an easy to use website that allows you to create invitations that are then sent by email. It offers online RSVP options and other party management features.

Menu : Create your menu with seasonal and locally grown foods. Your eco-conscious guests will appreciate seasonal selections that were grown close to home and not transported thousands of miles to the market. Purchasing organic foods is also important to the environment, but some family farms can’t afford the huge fee to get organic certification. So be sure to ask the farmer if their products are pesticide, hormone, and antibiotic-free.

Decorations : Nature is one of your best resources for decorating in an eco-friendly way. Scour your backyard for fallen branches, sticks and leaves. Arrange the branches in an old water pitcher or other decorative container and spread the leaves on your holiday table. Potted herbs like rosemary or mint make fragrant decorations that look good and can be used in food as well. An arrangement of winter fruit is another beautiful non-wasteful way to decorate. Consider arranging organic lemons with other citrus in a clear bowl, then using the lemons the next day for fresh lemonade. If you have a backyard flower garden, you can also use some fresh cuts in a simple vase for a festive holiday centerpiece . Be sure to compost flowers and leftovers from used fruit.

Dinnerware : One of the easiest way to keep your party green is to use reusable dinnerware. Your holiday table can be green and sustainable by using dishes like these from Noritake . Choose from one of their holiday patterns or something from their stylish everyday collection. Also check their options for reusable glassware that would also make a lovely way to serve holidays drinks to your guests.

Lighting : Candles do create a certain celebratory atmosphere during this time, but opt for healthier versions of candles. Regular candles made from paraffin can emit dangerous toxins into the air while they are burning. Soy, beeswax and LED candles are a more earth-friendly and sustainable choice for your lighting options. If your party will be in the evening outdoors, solar lights are another ine...

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