The party is starting to wind down. The bouquet and garter have been tossed. Having a solid grand exit can be the perfect ending to the perfect night. There are plenty of really great grand exit ideas that are better than tossing rice on top of the newly married couple.
When you are planning your wedding, it’s very easy to get overwhelmed. There are simply so many things that you can do. There are so many ideas out there. This time around, we’ll just focus on a couple of grand exit ideas that I’ve seen while scouring the internet.
In the beginning stages of getting a wedding planner, there will be plenty of really cool grand exit ideas. Heck, there will be plenty of really great ideas for your entire day. Pinterest can be utilized the best. Though to get a really good idea of what’s trending, you should talk to a professional in the industry. Wedding Planners are great at keeping tabs as to what’s going on in the wedding industry. There are so many great boards that power pinners (is that even a real term?) have gathered on Pinterest as well. Ideas that go so well with certain themes or concepts for wedding days.
Grand Exit Ideas range everywhere from sparklers to leaving the venue in a Rolls Royce. It can be anything. Some of the favorites that I’ve seen at weddings are the release of hot air lanterns, candlelit exits, sparklers, streamers, the release of balloons, or bubbles. There are so many things that you can do that will make your grand exit memorable. Grand Exit Ideas are all over the place and it can be whatever you want.
“That’s what I think comes with great grand exit ideas. It’s the last bit that your wedding guests will see that says, ‘Hey! This is who we are. Let’s celebrate together!'”
Marta and I will always try to do things that mean something to the couple. Something that I think will make things more personal. Something that will resonate with the couple. This is just my opinion, but I think that a good portion, if not all, of the wedding, should be about who the couple is. What they’ve gone through together. What they’ve done together. Most importantly, what they’re going to do. That’s what I think comes with great grand exit ideas. It’s the last bit that your wedding guests will see that says, “Hey! This is who we are. Let’s celebrate together!” I think that last note will resonate with your guests for the years to come. That’s what matters.