You do your recycling. You offset your carbon emissions. Now it’s time to go the whole hog and have an eco-wedding. Many couples are realizing that if we don’t take care of our planet, who will? Couples continue to be earth-conscious in 2008, from buying conflicting free diamond rings and recycled gold wedding bands to serving locally grown, free-range fare and donning bio-friendly wedding dresses made of 100% silk and cottons. Arrive on a rickshaw, use an electrical generator and grow your own flowers. Consider using organic flowers, recycled paper in your invitations and biodegradable plates and forks. And don’t forget to recycle Mom’s wedding dress by wearing it. They’re also honeymooning at eco-resorts and gathering friends for charitable showers at soup kitchens and local parks. Your big day is full of opportunities to make ethical informed decisions as well as many opportunities for waste.