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Vegan Wedding Site

Rose Pedals Vegan Weddings, the first site dedicated to vegan couples and wedding planning, launched yesterday.

The first vegan wedding site dedicated to featuring stories from engaged or recently married vegan couples launched yesterday. Kristin Lajeunesse, Founder and Managing Director of Rose Pedals Vegan Weddings says she “wholeheartedly believe[s] in uniting and growing the vegan community, and hopes that this website will become a central location for veg couples.” The site will also include a “Q&A with Karine!” section, where a vegan event planner will answer reader-submitted vegan wedding planning questions, as well an extensive vegan, cruelty-free, and environmentally friendly vendor list for categories ranging from cakes to photography.

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