Vegan wedding food does not mean only salad and fries for your guests to munch on. In fact, they’ll be surprised to see and taste how amazing vegan food can be!
This post is not only a personal one but also doubles as a guide to help you organize your own vegan and sustainable feast.
Life isn’t easy as a vegan groom. While it’s fairly easy to find vegan-friendly wedding dresses at almost every bridal shop (most laces and tulles are made from synthetic fibers, after all), suit fabrics are often wool blends to keep them from creasing too much. And don’t even get me started on horsehair and horn buttons…
I made my own wedding dress. Yes, you read that right, and yes, I’m a little insane.
Why on earth would I make my own Wedding Dress? Because I’m a Designer and a control freak and I knew, I’d always find something I wouldn’t like about a dress.
When I think back on our wedding day, all I can think about is “what a day of love.”
Never in my life have I felt so loved and supported by everyone around me.Being a perfectionist, I planned and prepared for every little detail but on the days leading up to our wedding, I vowed to myself to go with the flow on the day of.
An all-vegan wedding in Vienna is much easier to plan than you might think and there are so many reasons to do it!
Be it for ethical or environmental reasons, a big vegan feast is a great way to show non-vegans, that you can indulge and celebrate in style while staying true to your beliefs.