Plant Based Bride

One woman's thoughts on the science and morality behind the choice to live without animal products. And possibly a blog post or two about centrepieces.

How To Go Vegan + Slay Your Vegan Transition

So you're ready to go vegan?

I'm so happy for you!

Let me help you make your vegan transition as seamless as possible with today's video!  13 + tips and tricks for going vegan as painlessly as possible.

Rather read the tips?  Check out my How To Go Vegan post for my tips in tricks in blog post form!

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Are Colourless Wardrobes Boring?

Matt & Nat is a Canadian company, established in Montreal in 1995.  Their name is from "material and nature" and their motto is "live beautifully”.

They are a committed vegan brand, using zero animal products in their designs.  They work hard to use sustainable and eco-friendly materials - that also happen to be high quality and gorgeous!

I own four pieces from their collection, and today I’m going to talk you through them and give you a peek!

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DIY Wedding Invites & Save The Dates Using MailChimp!

When Jason and I were first discussing Save The Dates and Invitations for our wedding, I was pretty set on physical stationary being mailed out to all of our family and friends.  Luckily, my wise husband convinced me that it was a far better idea to use less resources and spend less money by doing all invitations by email!

Even after acquiescing, I worried that our invitations wouldn't look nice enough if we delivered through email.  Then, a lightbulb went off in my head!  I use MailChimp to handle my weekly newsletters to readers of my blog, and I love how those look.  So why not use it to handle our wedding invites?

I have to say, it was one of my best ideas to date.  Other than choosing Jason to be my husband, of course!

We had so much success using MailChimp to handle our guest communications that I wanted to throw together a tutorial for anyone out there who may be interested in the method!

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