Each time you send a card from truly eco-friendly E-Cards, a donation is made to the World Wildlife Fund. The cards can be used to mark both run-of-the-mill events, such as birthdays and anniversaries, to more obscure holidays like Autumnal Equinox.
Find an Egreeting for any occasion—from a quick "how you doin'?" to one of the three G's (graduation, get well, and good luck)—at this comprehensive site. Add an extra element of pizazz to the recipient's inbox with cards featuring flash and animation.
Made from 100 percent post-consumer paper, soy-based inks, and organic pigments, this handmade, silk-screened wrapping paper contains a robust mix of seeds that should bloom anywhere in the country when planted.
Make giving guilt-free with this all-occasion wrapping paper made from natural hemp fibers and printed with veggie-based dyes. Ecosource giftwrap comes in 19- by 30-inch sheets. Receive a discount when you buy in bulk.
Fish Lips offers several hip, bold designs in holiday and all-occasion patterns. Giftwrap is printed on 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper with soy-based inks. Each oversized sheet is processed chlorine free and created using wind power. Sheets measure 22 inches x 33.75 inches.
Natural Elements' handmade giftwrap is created from mulberry tree bark. Harvested annually, the bark grows back the following year, stimulating tree growth. Giftwrap features a cloth-like texture and comes in many designs.
Of the Earth offers many wrapping paper designs. All paper is tree-free, made from the Daphne bush, which is harvested as a sapling, but isn't destroyed. Rather, it regenerates from the root.
This hemp/recycled giftwrap comes in multi patterns for every occasion, from holidays to birthdays to baby gifts. The paper is made from a melange of fibers—hemp, flax, and post-consumer recycled paper fibers.
Made from the bark of banana trees, this giftwrap is known for its strength, delicate designs, and sustainability. This Elephant Parade wrapping paper is just one of several designs available from Peaceful Valley Greetings.
Handmade with recycled cotton and other recycled materials, this green giftwrap is embedded with butterfly-attracting wildflower seeds, including toadflax, evening primrose, and yarrow, that can be planted and enjoyed afterwards. Comes in white, pink, blue, green, black and lavender.
Flowers are picked daily from this organic family farm and shipped overnight anywhere in the US. Shop by price or occasion (birthdays, weddings, anniversaries). California Organic Flowers also offers a flower gift club.
Diamond Organics distributes organic goods, including flowers from organic farmers in California and Hawaii. Choose from seasonal varieties, such as calendula and anenomes, as well as tropical flowers, including heliconia and bird of paradise.
Looking for something to give to a business associate or the impossible-to-buy for but flowers just won't do? Try one of these gift baskets filled with organic wine, cheese, and a bread. Or opt for their nut and dried fruit options, or the fruit and goodies basket, depending on your recipient’s taste.
Growers of Certified Organic and Certified Biodynamic flowers, this producer specializes in cool orchids, including Masdavallia, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Laelia, and Epidendrum. Flowers by the Sea also grows and ships produce and fruit.
Organic Bouquet ships flowers nationwide that are certified both by the USDA and by Veriflora. Organic Bouquet also offers organic chocolates and other gourmet food items, as well as a monthly gift club. Earn Eco-Points on all orders for use toward future purchases.
This group of adventure travel companies adheres to the organization’s five principles of responsible travel. Low-impact trips span the globe and include everything from hiking and horseback riding to river kayaking and llama-trekking.
Customize your own low-impact eco-tours and cultural vacations with naturalists, guides, historians, and community activists around the world who offer specialized, non-packaged tours. Search by region and by activity.
Various settings are available for weddings and other events in the revamped New Jersey aquarium including the Currents Ballroom which has three movie screen-sized windows into Shark Realm.
Want to party amongst lions, tigers, and bears? Say "I do" under a giant dinosaur? This acclaimed (not to mention, massive) institution on Manhattan's Upper West Side has at least a dozen sites appropriate for events such as weddings.
Although not green per say, this grand, historic (it was once dubbed "the Waldorf of the West") hotel lets lovebirds celebrate their commitment amidst some of Mother Nature's finest work: the mighty Columbia River. Say "I do" in the hotel's romantic manicured gardens or above a 208 foot waterfall.
This awe-inspiring setting of raw, natural beauty that attracts millions of visitors has various sites where couples can exchange vows including Grandeur Point, Cape Royal Amphitheater, and Shoshone Point.
Honey Hollow is a historic watershed boasting more than 120 acres of woodlands, meadows, ponds, wetlands, and forests. The main building, called the Barn, is a rustic stone structure that functions as both environmental education center and event venue.
Situated right on Baltimore's Inner Harbor, the unique architecture and extensive views along with the 16,500 creatures swimming, crawling, and hopping around make this a singular place to hold a wedding or other special soirée.
This chic resort set on 22 acres in Napa Valley features furnishings and flooring made from reclaimed natural products and locally grown produce from small organic farms used in the resort's cuisine.
Overlooking Mendocino Bay, the Inn recycles religiously and composts food waste. Its award-winning restaurant, Ravens' Restaurant, creates dishes using locally harvested products and much of the produce is grown on the Inn's organic farm.
A popular spot for weddings, the Heard is home to a nearly 300 acre wildlife sanctuary as well as indoor educational exhibits about North Texas ecosystems, snakes, and more. Weddings take place in the outdoor native plant garden or several indoor locations.
Accessible only by boat, this private island off the coast of Georgia is ideal for intimate, small-scale weddings: it accommodates no more than 30 guests. There are 10,000 preserved acres and 7 miles of pristine beaches with naturalist-led excursions.
Be whisked away from the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple and into the lush tranquility and Victorian splendor of the Palm House at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (all 52 acres of it). An excellent locale for a green fairy tale wedding.
Straddling Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, Yellowstone is America's first national park. Weddings often take place in the Old Faithful area, Lake Butte Overlook, or the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
This world-famous park encompasses nearly 1,200 square miles of wilderness that includes ancient giant sequoias. The Yosemite Chapel is available for weddings as well as a number of sites such as Bridalveil Falls, Soda Springs, and Cathedral Bench Picnic Area.