You don't have to live in New York, Los Angeles, or green central Boulder, Colorado, to find eco-minded businesses. There are green businesses even in the smallest towns — they just may not advertise themselves as such.
Chances are that living in a small town or out in the country will provide you with resources the big city green bride may not have access to. You are surrounded by people who live simple sustainable lives instead of the fast-paced hustle bustle of the big city.
Think of the small farm at the edge of town that sells fresh goods from a stand by the road, or the old woman down the hill who makes the best homemade strawberry preserves ever. What about the weed lady who grows her own fresh flowers and herbs all year long in her yard and her green-house? What about the mother of three up the street who can stitch a prom dress or an evening gown in a matter of days?
Look around you. The people and businesses you see every day may be exactly what you want; you just have to open your eyes and see them in a new light. They may not be trendy, fancy, or New York/L.A. high style. But that's kind of the point, isn't it? Green is simplicity at its best.
Shop local to support your local economy. Enlist the services of small businesses; employ local artists and craftspeople to use their unique out-look and artistic expression to create a one-of-a-kind wedding for you. Look for local musicians who create music the old-fashioned way: unplugged. Search for town tech-geeks who have the largest capacity MP3 player available with a sound system they can hook up to it. They can create a custom playlist for you without the need of a deejay. Until you are planning a wedding, you really don't notice the wealth of resources available within arm's reach.