These make for a timeless yet modern send-off. Pro Tip: Make sure the wedding planners tell the guests to wait until the couple starts walking before they pop the streamer. 😉
II. Colorful Flower Petals or Dried Flower Petals
Not doing an exit or don’t want the pressure of having to leave your reception at a set time? No problem. Do a send-off from your ceremony. Ask for enough flower petals for your guests from your floral designer and put them in a basket along with a sign near the front to let your guests know to throw them as you’re walking down the aisle. Or get pre-made packets or poppers like these to put in each guests’ seat ahead of time.
This stuff is magic to photograph. Plus, going this route is friendly for your venue and the environment. WIN WIN. Pro Tip: My husband and I used lavender buds like these for our exit and they photograph similar to white confetti.
IV. Get a Little Edgy with a “Just Married” Jacket
This fabulous design was done by The Denim Blonde. A few others I’m in love with and have been dying to photograph are Handsome Love Calligraphy’s #thejustmarriedjacketdnvr and Hansel Clothing’s personalized jackets by Mikaela Clark.
V. Late Night Food Instead of an Exit
Think yummy food trucks or ask your favorite local spot if they’d be interested to bring a little local flare to your wedding. Plus, this will keep you and your guests energized before you get back out on the dance floor.