Friday, August 17, 2007

Eco Friendly aka / Green Wedding Centerpieces or Party Table Centerpieces

Looking for a way to decorate your wedding reception or next party ... and also give to charity? I've got the perfect place for you to visit. Organic Bouquet. Organic Bouquet was formed in January 2001 with the goal to establish the national market for organic flowers. They have accomplished this by encouraging both small and large flower growers to initiate organic production while creating widespread trade and consumer awareness of the need for organic flowers. Their ultimate goal is to protect the environment and improve farm worker safety by eliminating millions of pounds of toxic pesticides from agricultural usage.

Organic Bouquet has quickly become the market leader in organic flowers and is recognized in the trade as having established the natural products industry's newest category--organic floral. Their flowers are available online and in some of your favorite natural food stores, including Whole Foods Markets nationwide. Here are a few samples: Roses where a portion is donated to the Red Cross; but they have flowers that go to other charities as well, including: Peace, Children, Snow Tigers, other wildlife to name just a few. This company is really worth checking out.

American Red Cross Freedom Roses
American Red Cross Freedom Roses

Organic Bouquet is honored to offer these rare and elegant red roses to support the mission of the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. The Red Cross also offers CPR classes and certificates, and blood donation drives. The organization is led by volunteers and is celebrating its 125th anniversary this May, 2006.Flowering Tea Gift Set

Flowering Tea Gift Set This gorgeous Numi gourmet tea set turns the art of making tea into tea art. Flowering teas are handpicked, organically grown premium white, green and black tea leaves that are hand sewn with cotton thread by Chinese artisans into rosettes or tiny bundles. This makes a great centerpiece --- Very pretty.

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