We encourage couples to make a plan for how you want to depart your reception. Some couples share a special dance (either as a large group or in private), others have their DJ make an announcement and the guests cheer or make an arm tunnel to celebrate their exit, and others want to really include guests in the process with some extra flair like sparklers, streamers, etc.
If you’d like photos of your exit from the reception, be sure enough photo coverage is scheduled!
If photo coverage ends before your exit, you do still have the option of planning a smaller, staged exit with your bridal party! This is more common than you may think. Instead of saving your exit until the very end, you can plan a staged exit with just the members of your bridal party and a few family members! This allows us to have more control over these shots and the party NEVER has to stop! In most cases, no one even notices that the bride and groom are missing for a few minutes! Also, it’s almost impossible to tell that all of your guests are not there waving sparklers. This idea allows couples to save money and still have all of the shots you hope for!
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