When you're the leader of the Green Party, it's almost a given that you love the Earth and the environment. Elizabeth May's wedding photos prove she loves the Earth. And, of course, it was also an environmentally friendly wedding ceremony and reception.\nMay is a champion for the environment and that passion transferred seamlessly into her wedding day. She married John Kidder, a long-time Green member, in Victoria, B.C. on April 22, which was also Earth Day. That's pretty much the ultimate love letter to the Earth.\n"[We] intend to be gloriously happy — and very Green," said May in a statement before her wedding.\nMay's intentions for her wedding totally came to life. The wedding was so environmentally friendly and such a Green Party thing to do.\nEven her dress was an ode to the Earth and the spring season with foliage like tulips, peonies, and ferns embroidered at the bottom of the dress. It looked like she just walked through a garden.\n"You want the person to feel like a million bucks, and that it embodies everything she is in terms of a goddess in the spring, celebrating love. That's what I was aiming for," Sue Earle, the designer of the dress, told CBC News.\nThis is THE DRESS!! 👗 Perfect for an #EarthDay wedding for @CanadianGreens leader @ElizabethMay 💐 Details @CHEK_News #yyj #cdnpoli 💐 pic.twitter.com/Z3YOHCn2aM— Tess van Straaten (@tessvanstraaten) April 22, 2019\nMay and Kidder made sure that their wedding was environmentally friendly. The flowers were re-used from Easter celebrations that had been held at the church they got married in.\nSome photos from @ElizabethMay 's wedding from @tessvanstraaten #yyj Story: https://t.co/vbvqztqdE5 pic.twitter.com/Y4GSVreyGp— CHEK News (@CHEK_News) April 22, 2019\nElizabeth May says the best wedding present would be a Green Government in PEI. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/pIyBiONBm9— Richard Zussman (@richardzussman) April 22, 2019\nThey even had electric and hybrid vehicles parked outside for guests to drive from the ceremony to the reception.\n"I basically have a whole lot of deeply committed EV enthusiasts who are volunteering to ferry guests between the cathedral and the reception," May told CBC.\nHere at @ElizabethMay’s Victoria low-carbon wedding, where electric and hybrid cars are parked around the Church and side seating is reserved for the public. @NatObserver pic.twitter.com/uvtZAK32Xl— Emilee Gilpin (@emileegilpin) April 22, 2019\nThe couple also had a potluck reception because it was easier on the environment.\nWhat a lovely wedding @ElizabethMay and @kidderjohn! @Svend4MP and I are having a great time. Where are you @terrybeech?! #BurnabyNorthSeymour #wedding #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/Kw5gXQaznR— Amita Kuttner (@AmitaKuttner) April 22, 2019\nOther ways the two made their wedding more environmentally friendly were by using locally gathered centrepieces and discouraging family and friends from making the trip to Victoria.\nThe love for the Earth didn't stop at the wedding. Even the honeymoon was green with the couple taking a train trip from Vancouver to Ottawa to celebrate their nuptials.\nIn true green fashion, May re-wore her wedding dress to Vancouver Pride.\nKidder is the Green Party candidate in Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Valley for the upcoming federal election. At the wedding reception he joked that he'll tell voters, "If you don’t elect me, I’ll never see my wife again."\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.