The Best Ideas for Your Wedding Reception Exit
The wedding reception exit is where some of your favorite wedding photos will come from. These particular photos exhibit the joy on your faces following the best day of your lives, the two of you running through your guests ready to start your married life together, and the last and final kiss of your wedding. So, no pressure to pull off the perfect grand exit, right?! Wrong. But, no worries, we’re here to help! Whether you’re thinking of a classic exit or you want to switch it up with something more adventurous, we’ve rounded up the best ideas for your wedding reception exit, and there’s sure to be a perfect option for you.
This is the most popular choice for a reason – the photos! Who doesn’t love a good sparkler exit kiss photo?!
We love this option for its simplicity and romantic feel. Line the exit walkway with tons of candles of all shapes and sizes and make your final exit in the soft glow of candlelight.
Have some fun with balloons! You could line up the exit path with balloons, or choose to do a balloon release with your guests.
A bubble exit makes for a great photo op as well as being 100% kid-approved. Not to mention the super easy set-up and execution!
Speaking of great photo ops, paper lantern release photos are to die for! This option can take some extra coordination by you (or your wedding planner!) but the end result is stunning.
Another classic, have your guests line up and toss confetti as you run to your getaway car. You can even personalize it a little by using confetti that matches your wedding colors.
Take your grand exit up quite a few notches with a smoke bomb exit. We are loving this trend, and, again, the photos are #instaworthy.
Talk about a grand exit! A firework show is about as grand as you can get and an excellent way to end your wedding day celebration.
Tell us, how will you and your new spouse exit your big day? Do you have one of these wedding reception exit ideas planned or something different? Whatever you do, just make sure you have something planning. You don’t want to just wave goodbye on the biggest day of your life; make it something you’ll remember!
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