Three Tips for Planning the Ultimate Wedding Exit
Just because it’s tradition for the bride and groom to leave the wedding as guests toss handfuls of rice or flower petals doesn’t mean that’s your only option. In recent years, grand exits involving sparklers and fireworks have become popular, as have unique getaway cars and even boats. Remember that your wedding is really a party for you, so there’s no rule that says you have to do anything that doesn’t feel entirely authentic to who you two are as a couple. You also don’t have to be the last people standing like you would at any other event you’re hosting. Instead, consider planning a send off that helps you kick off married life in style and leaves the cleanup for someone else!