Happy Friday! This week we’ve got a few more “green” FAB Finds for you. If you’re incorporating eco-friendly touches into your wedding celebration, feel free to share your ideas in the comments. We’d love to hear them!

Idea’s We Love – Fabric Wraps

Christmas may be over, but 2010 will likely bring a few occasions in which you need to wrap up something special for a loved one. Why not make the wrapping as thoughtful as the gift? We love these fabric wraps from Chewing the Cud. You may remember we featured their adorable Save the Date tea towels in an earlier green edition of FAB Finds. We’re big fans of Viola’s work and you can find even more lovely things in her Etsy shop.

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

The wraps are hand-printed on organic fabric using soy based inks.

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

Not only does your recipient receive a great gift, they can reuse the beautiful wrapping, too!

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

Choose from wraps that have hand-printed messages such as Give Joy, Give Love and Give Wisdom

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

Courtesy Chewing the Cud

Ideas We Love – Vintage Jewelry

Score another one for Etsy. This bride’s wedding was featured on Martha Stewart Weddings a while back and I adored her creativity when it came to her groom’s boutonniere and her hair piece. She found Etsy Artist Sleeping Dog Studio, who specializes in vintage enamel beads and jewelry and custom fashioned two fun and funky keepsakes. They’re both retro and modern at the same time! After the wedding, I can totally see these dressing up a little cardigan.

Courtesy Martha Stewart Weddings Photo by Dave Robbins Photography

Courtesy Martha Stewart Weddings Photo by Dave Robbins Photography

Ideas We Love – Plantable Favors

If you want to give a favor to your guests, but don’t want something that will sit in a drawer never to be seen again, or even worse, end up in a landfill, consider an eco-friendly favor that will adorn their home and benefit the environment. I found these plantable favors in a recent The Knot issue and they perfectly fit the bill.

Courtesy The Knot magazine Photo by Sewell Photography

Going online then, I found a few more…

Courtesy TheKnot.com Photo by Marie Clark Photography

Courtesy TheKnot.com Photo by Angelica Glass

Courtesy TheKnot.com Photo by Azul Photography

Be sure to check out Green Weddings on The Knot for even more eco-chic ideas! We’d love to hear yours, as well!

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