Eco-conscious Gifts

Eco-friendly wedding gifts to give and to receive.

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Flower Power

Add some pizzazz to your next dinner party with these snazzy, sequined napkin rings, handmade in India.
Flower Napkin Rings $34 each
Peoria Emporium
10 Park Pl, Bronxville
(914) 337-1823


Bowled Over

We’re dotty over Atlanta potter Cara Gilbert’s handmade ceramic bowls, which are both food- and dishwasher-safe. They’re the perfect size for serving fruit or snacks.
Ceramic Dot Bowl $45
Bee Hive Co-op
337 Main St, Mount Kisco
(914) 218-8700


Zen Entertaining

Only the young leaves of the Asian pandan plant are used for handicrafts, so the plant naturally regenerates—the ultimate in sustainability! And we love the way it looks.
Ice Bucket $80, Coasters $20, set of 4
The Arcade Building, Rte 22, Bedford
(914) 234-6426


Glass Acts

These free-form plates are created from recycled glass; perfect for tapas and other tasty tidbits.
Riverside Design $39
63 Main St, Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-7296



Bamboo is one of the most versatile and eco-friendly materials on the planet. It needs no fertilizers, pesticides, or other nasty chemicals to grow—and it grows up to four feet a day! So go the extra carbon-neutral mile by going bamboo.
Bamboo placemats $10 each

63 Main St, Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-7296




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