Being pronounced husband and wife will be one of the best feelings in the world! After vowing your love to your partner, sealing it with a kiss, and making your way back down the aisle, you will get to exit your wedding as newlyweds.
While you can walk past your guests as they all cheer with happiness to your new marriage, know that you can take a more creative approach with your wedding exit, allowing them to take part in a festiveactivity.
Each wedding should be unique, and stand out from the rest! That’s why, here at Mountain House on Sunday River, we have gathered some inspiration to assist you in choosing an exciting wedding ceremony exit. If you would like to learn what these ideas are, be sure to continue reading to discover more:
- Let your love sparkle! If you are exiting your wedding in the evening, allow your guests to light the way with sparklers. Each of your guests can have a fantastic time lighting their sparklers and waving them through the air as you walk by. In addition, they will certainly add some pizzazz to your wedding photos.
- Float away. There is nothing more whimsical than bubbles! You can have your guests blow bubbles as you make your exit, which would certainly be ideal for a fairytale ending. Also, keep in mind that bubbles require no clean-up, making them a convenient choice. It is important to also remember that no matter how old you are, bubbles will always be fun to blow!
- Lovely herbs. For years, guests have tossed rice among the bride and groom as they make their exit. However, you can take a new approach by choosing to toss herbs instead. Not only will they look natural and beautiful as they fly through the air, but they will add such a pleasant aroma to your setting! From lavender to rosemary, you certainly aren’t at a loss of options.
You can begin your marriage off right with a festive wedding exit! These are just a few ideas to help inspire you. If you are still on the hunt for a Newry, Maine venue, please feel free to get in touch with us here at Mountain House on Sunday River. We look forward to the opportunity to host your Newry wedding.
Photo Credit: Lexi Lowell Photography