The Ethical Wedding Show – London

The Ethical Wedding Show is in London for autumn 2022 on October 23rd at the Ecology Pavilion in Mile End. It is a show for eco, ethically-minded couples who love the planet as well as each other. The show will include seminars (think super useful talks on relationships, body confidence and more), workshops (think loads of lovely crafting), talks (think wedding planning advice) and awesome wedding suppliers.


The address is 125 Grove Rd, Bow, London E3 5RP. Find it here.


For every ticket sold, £2 will be donated to The Campaign Against Living Miserably, charity number 1110621. Read more about them here.




The Progamme:

How To Have An Eco Wedding: with Patchwork

How To Have The Wedding You Want Not The Wedding They Want: with Carmela Weddings

Spots, Scars & Rashes – Beauty Advice That Matters: with Cambridge Makeup Artist

How To Have A Body Positive Wedding Dress Experience: with Brides Do Good

How To Keep The Magic Alive After The Honeymoon: with Ali Moore

Don’t Forget The Non-Drinkers! Make Your Own Vegan Mocktail: Align Events


The Ethical Wedding Show London Poster from Magpie Wedding


Every supplier has been handpicked not just for their gorgeous product and impeccable service, but because they too care about the planet.

They have worked hard to reduce their plastic use before, during, and after your wedding.

They have introduced vegan versions to give more choice, and because they care.

They have been clever with recycling or up-cycling in their designs as well as after your wedding.

They source locally to keep their carbon footprint low.

They embrace pre-loved or vintage.

But this doesn’t mean quality has dropped. Neither does it mean they don’t deliver the creative luxe weddings we are known for here at Magpie Wedding.


Why The Ethical Wedding Show?

Being eco-minded in your life choices and therefore your wedding choices is one of our core values and always has been. Let’s face it, choosing vintage which is where we began, is a great way to be eco-friendly, cut down your carbon footprint and recycle (and look good too!). We know that our couples love the planet as well as each other so want to have a positive impact with their spend for their big day. They don’t want single-use plastic. They want to know that their venue follows good practices with their recycling and supports local businesses. They don’t want a load of tat from China.

They care.


Are you looking for an ethical wedding venue? Check this out >> Finding A Sustainable, Eco Friendly & Ethical Wedding Venue


How Ethical will the show be?


We are firm believers that a million people embracing being eco imperfectly is better than a few people doing it perfectly. Therefore we have designed a 5 point criteria for our businesses with everyone involved having to meet at least 3. This, therefore, means they may be less good at one aspect – but overall they are making a difference. And want to.


The 5 points are:

  • SUPPORTING LOCAL – to bring down their carbon footprint, to support communities and small businesses here in the UK.
  • NO SINGLE-USE PLASTIC – reducing plastic use overall and cutting out single-use plastic
  • BEST RECYCLING PRACTICES – using recycled materials, and recycling afterward
  • CARING FOR WILDLIFE – adding a large vegan choice, not using chemicals that harm nature, and generally loving the planet
  • SUPPORTING OTHER ECO INITIATIVES – supporting charities, reducing waste, donating after the day, excellent working practices, hand-making items that last forever…..


What you need to know


The Ethical Wedding Show is on October 23rd.

We will have great suppliers as always ready to support you and show you their beautiful products.




Don’t forget our free guide with 35 ideas to have an eco wedding which you can download here

35 ways to have an eco wedding


If you want more ideas advice and inspiration on planning your ethical wedding you may like;

Ethical Weddings – 10 things to consider when choosing ethical flowers

Ethical Bridalwear by Bowen Dryden: The ‘Rebel Rose’ Collection

10 Tips When Planning A Zero-Waste Wedding