March 1st is unofficially National Wedding Planning Day in the US. If you're getting married, or planning a wedding, consider one featuring fair trade gowns, dresses, and flowers. If you're not sure where to start End Slavery Now has a Pinterest board devoted to helping people get Ethically Wed

There are also companies such as Celia Grace and Polished Pearl who specialize in fair trade wedding pieces. Wedding planning - let alone fair trade wedding planning - isn't easy, but these resources should help you create a memorable event that is kind to both the environment and the people who help you make it happen. You might even find dresses the bridesmaids don't hate!

We can all work together to make modern day enslavement a thing of the past. Click the button above for inspiration!

Forms of Abolition:
Awareness

Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor