Post # 1
We’re having a semi causual, eco friendly, backyard wedding. We’ll be using the verterra disposable dinnerware made from palm tree leaves and bamboo wooden cutlery. We would love to use the recycled brown colored napkins. Since we’ll be serving BBQ I thought it would be cute to put a roll of paper towels on each table. Since it is fairly casual, we can get away with it. I’ve been searching and can’t find them anywhere! Does anyone have any suggestions?
Post # 3
We have them at Trader Joe’s and at Whole Foods. The occasional “real” grocery store carries them here, too.
Post # 4
Oops, double post! Spotty work internet 🙂
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery
I’ve seen them at Walmart I think…maybe they are called green sense or something like that.
Post # 6
i would check 7th generation. or costco.
and bravo at being green.
we are using paper plates made from sugar cane, but werent happy with the quality of the plasic/corn silverware, so we went with regular. whats cool is the sugarcane plates were actually on sale!
Post # 7
I’ve used the Seventh Generation ones before, and they weren’t very absorbent. I love all the other Seventh Generation products I’ve tried, just not the paper towels.
Post # 8
Seventh Generation has the best recycled content. They’re good for messes even if not so good for absorbancy. Available at your local coop or Whole Foods.
We’re using Verterra too.
Any chance you can compost all that stuff?