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UK’s Top 50 Eco Friendly Wedding Companies

April 15, 2019
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Eco Friendly Wedding Rings / Jewellery

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” – Robert Swan

KinetIQue

Diamond mining has a lasting, damaging effect on the planet, KinetIQue provides jewellery using artificially created diamonds. These amazing hybrids are tougher than the real thing and KinetIQue’s IQ diamonds are simply the best in the business. The company is also helping to educate people of the alternatives to traditionally mined rings. They’re beautiful and brilliant.

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KinetIQue


Eco Wood Rings

Made using only recycled wood and the wood from fallen trees, Eco Wood Rings create some absolute treasures. Due to the nature of the wood grain, every single ring is 100% unique and they are something totally different from the norm. Rings can be custom made and their website has a huge gallery of stunning examples. We love these!

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Eco Wood Rings


Cred Jewellery

Using lab-made diamonds and Fairtrade gold, Cred Jewellery are the ‘pioneers of ethical jewellery’. Diamond mining does untold damage to eco-systems and communities, Cred set out to change all that and they are the first to pay social premiums for ecologically sourced gold. It just so happens that what they create with it is absolutely beautiful! Win/win!

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Cred Jewellery


Mosami

Mosami’s stunning designer jewellery is created by a network of British designers using only Fairtrade and recycled silver. The manifesto behind their jewellery is to deliver good business for the wearer and ultimately those that mined the silvers, so not only do you get beautiful jewellery, but you also get to help make a difference.

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Mosami


Beachcomber Jewellery

The name does give a lot of what this amazing company is about, using sea glass and only recycled gold and silver, Beachcomber give 10% of sales of their seaweed collection to the Marine Conservation Society. This is jewellery with a difference that makes a difference. It’s also incredibly stunning!

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Beachcomber Jewellery

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