Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel, 26, and her new husband Dean Steingold, 30, wanted to prove their healthy lifestyle didn't need to be placed on hold just because they were getting married.
Ms Sepel, who married Mr Steingold on Sunday in an intimate and picturesque Thai ceremony, made sure her wedding day menu was made up of the wholesome and clean foods she and her husband are passionate about.
'We wanted a healthy wedding because both Dean and I are committed to a healthy lifestyle...it was important that our wedding reflected this aspect of our lives,' Ms Sepel told Daily Mail Australia.
'We also wanted everyone to feel great - something that is easy to do if you’re eating the right foods.'
Instead of a traditional breakfast buffet with pastries and croissants, the health conscious bride made sure her guests were offered both savoury and sweet options each morning for breakfast, including sugar-free bliss balls and banana-date-walnut muffins from her recipe book, The Healthy Life.
Guests had access to an impressive vitamin juice station, where healthy shots from a range of different vegetables were set out.
'On the wedding night there were a range of dishes, including Thai green papaya salad, roasted brussel sprouts, grilled local white snow fish and fresh fruit for dessert,' Ms Sepel said, who admits treating herself to a glass of wine as well.
The bride's friends were each given a bag which contained a raw greens supplement from Whole Live Nutrients, a Mr Bean Coffee Scrub, a red lip tint from Burt’s Bees and vitamin C from Nature’s Way Wholefoods range.
Source: Daily Mail