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Tropical Wedding Ideas and Checklist We all want our wedding to be beautiful, memorable and unique. An event that our friends and family will continue to talk about for years to come. Planning your dream wedding can be a lot of fun, especially if you know how to find unique decorations and wedding favors that can be customized for your special day. Personalized wine glasses You can find a lot of great wedding favors and reception d├ęcor on HotRef.com. They are one of the leading suppliers for special events such as weddings, business events, birthdays and baby showers. I especially love their custom reception backdrops and place settings. Here is a checklist of things that you want to be sure to include in your event:

  • Wedding Cake Topper
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  • Customized Glassware
  • Bridesmaids Gifts
  • Reception Party Backdrop

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I hope that you enjoyed these tropical wedding ideas! For more wedding ideas and inspiration, be sure to check out my wedding Pinterest board.

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My Vegan Journey: Relaunching Posh Momma

After a lot of thought, I have decided that I will be cleaning out most of my older posts and relaunching my blog soon as a healthy vegan lifestyle blog which also features beauty and fashion tips as well as some natural based DIY recipes for both food and household/pet products. I have been extremely busy as of late, and have been dealing with some major life changes. One of these major changes would be the fact that I have opted to live a vegan lifestyle. Because of this, I have decided that I will be sharing my journey with all of you as well as some awesome recipes that I have discovered along my vegan journey that proves that you don’t need to sacrifice flavor to become a vegan. You can follow Instagram vegan diary @v3gandiary for photo updates.

WHY BE VEGAN?

While I don’t believe in preaching to people, I do want to share with my readers why I have personally made this life decision. I have always had an eye on things involving veganism and have been a proud supporting member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) for a couple of years now. Over the last year or so, I have slowly been weaning myself off of things like meat, then seafood (for starters) and over the past few months, I have been weaning myself off of dairy too… today, I am proud to say that I am living a 100% plant-based diet and I am confident that I will stay committed to my new lifestyle.

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I have seen many documentaries and have read many articles pertaining to the unethical treatment of animals around the world. The general population of carnivores are not even aware of the kind of cruel torture that the animals who later become their dinner, have to endure during their journey from factory farm to their dinner plate. If you have absolutely no interest in this topic, feel free to stop reading this post. For those of you who are interested in becoming aware of what is happening to these poor animals, feel free to watch the following documentary video which aired on HBO. WARNING: The following video contains graphic content.

Vegan Facts:

  • Pigs are 4th on the level of intelligence scale (after humans, primates and dolphins)
  • Many studies have shown that a plant-based diet boosts your metabolism
  • Plants yield 10 times more protein per acre than meat
  • The estimated number of animals killed for meat every hour in the U.S. is 500,000.
  • Grain used to feed livestock for meat production could feed 1.3 billion people.
  • Most cases of food poisoning is caused by infected meat

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