5 Steps To A Zero Waste Indian Wedding

This couple tied the knot in a stunning ZERO-WASTE WEDDING. This is how they did it. 💚Thanks to Two’s Company India for the footage!

05/10/2018 11:01 AM
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  • Karthik
    17/10/2020 15:31

    Take a look

  • Babu K.
    15/10/2020 14:57


  • Sonalaxmi S.
    16/04/2020 07:35

    Please,could see chairs used on the side of the bedding. Are you saying this whole video has no waste? Even steel glasses to be washed for 1000 guests are a waste, washing bed linen is waste, wasting so many flowers in decorations ,water for washing utensils, etc.marriages can be done in the court,invite only very close family and friends for a traditional wedding without doing any extravagant decorations,use earthenware that can be mixed with earth later to recycle.use a temple location where the people will follow some restrictions and rules. Use the already built floor and seating arrangements there. Use the extra money to save for future for emergencies and if you have too much money then please donate it to the poor.

  • Prasoon G.
    03/04/2020 15:27

    Way to go for you. Ecofriendly marriage

  • Wali A.
    05/03/2020 01:20

    Say Zero plastic waste. Zero waste means complete different thing. You cannot just use up any words then mean the way you like.

  • Wali A.
    05/03/2020 01:19

    How is this Zero waste. They threw and wasted shit load of food like most Hindu weddings.

  • Vasundari B.
    21/01/2020 23:46

    KUDOS to the young married couple

  • Guru P.
    16/11/2019 05:19

    Not at all it is zero waste... Every South Indian marriage they serve in banana leaf , steel glass , food almost get consumed.. chairs are resuable anyway

  • Kusuma S.
    30/10/2019 08:33

    Don't be very big environmentalist. Enjoy life. Ur marriage is not a contract. Its establishing relationships between two families and friends. Donot waste food. But dont curtail d rituals. Its bread and butter for many.

  • Vishesh K.
    28/10/2019 10:46

    ,, kuch dimag chala lijiye to acha hoga,,

  • Kiran J.
    12/10/2019 14:19

    Awsome 👍

  • Richa A.
    25/09/2019 14:54

    Congratulations and God Bless both of you ! Keep the tradition on and motivate others!

  • Ritu G.
    22/09/2019 05:51

    best wishes

  • Anoo U.
    21/09/2019 10:24

    Great trendsetters, God Bless!

  • Mary B.
    18/09/2019 23:20


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  • Iris L.
    04/09/2019 00:36

    fantastic idea

  • Panja M.
    02/09/2019 10:12


  • Caressa H.
    01/09/2019 03:15

    A lot of concious planning was involved. Thank you for being a beautiful example to the world. Have a blessed marriage ❤

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