WEDDING SEND OFF IDEAS THAT BREAK TRADITION
Throwing birdseed at the bride and groom for their send off is so yesterday. There are so many new inventive less traditional send offs that create a fun experience for the wedding guests and lifelong memory for the newly married couple.
are, by far, one of the the most popular wedding send offs couples choose these days. Followed right behind the new fad of releasing lanterns into the night sky.
It can be something as simple as a few roman candles for your car to drive through, or guests can use projectiles. Country venues are ideal for this send off. Be sure to clear it with the venue and make sure to get proper permits and hire the correct staff, and remember to always have a fire extinguisher near by.
Just remember you’ll be finding GLITTER CONFETTI
on your body and clothing for weeks after your wedding. Not the most eco-friendly option, but gorgeous nonetheless! And the photos will truly sparkle! Don’t skimp on the packaging for your confetti, lots or CUSTOM CONFETTI ENVELOPES
are available and make the guests feel like they are opening a little gift too!
Really cute idea, especially if you are gun aficionados. The smoke will capture the flash from the photo and can have a cool effect, plus who doesn’t love a good cap gun?
Perfect for the winter wedding. Fake snow will look great in photos and your friends will have a wonderful time playing in the snow.
Okay, this is not really a typical send-off, but is a totally a fun and amazing way to end your wedding. You can fill the pinata with something like candy, or with little liquor bottles, or any fun adult themed favor. If you are going that route, just make sure that there are no kids at the party.
Balloons are the hottest alternative to sending lanterns off. You can put different colored TISSUE CONFETTI CIRCLES
, glow sticks or cheap led lights inside the balloons to really let the night shine. You’ll be able to get beautiful photos while they are still on the ground, and then capture the lift off for an ultra spectacular end to your night.
Lavender, lavender, lavender. Perfect for purple themed weddings, or for those looking out for the environment, or for those who just love lavender in general. Bonus? It smells really nice!
I think this idea is super cute for a teacher or a pilot bride or groom, the white paper will shine in the flash of the camera, and you’ll get a amazing action photos. The most important part is that everyone will have a really great time throwing them at you; this is something very unique and memorable.
Oatmeal is actually not bad at all for the environment, it won’t get stuck in hard to reach places for weeks to come, and it’s great for hair (in case some lands all up in there).
Glow sticks are super fun and your wedding guests will love waving them in the air long after you leave. You can choose the rainbow colored ones, or coordinate the color to your wedding color scheme.
This is going to get messy, but what’s more fun to do at the end of the wedding than drowning your friend in silly string. You won’t be able to walk directly in to the limo at the end of the night, but everyone will be talking about this for years to come.
Who doesn’t want their fairy tale ending with a movie finish? CONFETTI
is the original throwing super star and no one can deny how spectacular it looks in photos. There are a bunch of creative ways to shoot the confetti too, like these PUSH POPS
Flower petals are biodegradable and great for the environment and so classy chic.
SUPER fun, and the bigger the marshmallows, the bigger the impact in the photos. Beware, this send off will leave behind a gooey mess, so be sure to put someone in the wedding party in charge of clean up after you are long gone.
create the most whimsical send off. Easy and elegant and clean and beautiful. Giving guests single BUBBLE WANDS
is very cost effective, but if you wanted to splurge for a few people, maybe the wedding party, to have bubble guns, your pictures can look purely magical.
So go on out there, think outside the box and give your friends a billion reasons to never forget your wedding.