Prioritizing awareness over convenience is paramount. Traditional events contribute significantly to the mounting issue of waste, encompassing food, plastic, paper, flowers, and foam. This waste often ends up in landfills, collectively emitting substantial carbon, posing severe threats to our environment.
Atulya Weddings and Events wholeheartedly embrace the ethos of ‘zero waste events,’ a commitment we have successfully upheld for the past six years. In our meticulous event curation, we ensure that not a single piece of waste finds its way to landfills or water bodies. Harmful products are systematically replaced with eco-friendly alternatives, resulting in only organic waste, which can be composted or repurposed.
Our dedication extends beyond events; it’s a collective statement about our values. Weddings, in particular, provide a unique platform to derive inspiration and, in turn, inspire others to make sustainable choices.
Our commitment to zero waste events means meticulous planning to minimize and repurpose every bit of waste generated.
We use materials that are biodegradable, compostable and reusable, minimizing environmental impact while creating beautiful, sustainable settings.
We employ bioenzyme cleaners, ensuring a chemical-free approach to cleaning. This not only safeguards water from contamination but also allows it to be repurposed for nurturing plants and trees.
We offset carbon emissions through various initiatives, striving for carbon-neutral events and a positive impact on the environment.
Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in our exclusive use of local materials and flowers. Every element is thoughtfully selected to minimize our ecological footprint and support local communities.
As part of our commitment to giving back, we actively engage with organizations dedicated to environmental conservation and creating livelihoods for marginalized communities. Furthermore, after each event, we join hands with an NGO to plant trees, contributing to the ongoing restoration and preservation of our precious planet.