Spring is just around the corner in most parts of the country and with it comes the most popular time of the year for weddings. There is so much planning that goes into creating the perfect wedding and wedding reception. Everything has to be planned down to the smallest detail, from the moment the bride walks down the aisle to the final send off. You have to make sure you have all the wedding supplies ordered well in advance, including the wedding sparklers your guests will use in many creative ways. Here are some of our favorite wedding send off ideas for you to consider.
You Don't Have to Throw Things
It seems as though one of the most common wedding supplies for centuries has been something the guests get to throw at the bride and groom when they make their exit as husband and wife. Where is it written that this has to be the way you behave? Why not be different and give everyone wedding sparklers they can use to light the happy couple as they head out to start their new life together.
But there is nothing wrong with showering the guests in something that isn't going to hurt anyone such as the golden sparks coming from the 36-inch sparklers available from the Weddings Sparklers Outlet. These sparklers are perfect for forming a golden tunnel of sparks as they burn for a full 3 1/2 minutes. The sparks are harmless and won't stain anyone clothes, and they burn virtually smoke-free allowing everyone to get great pictures.
It's Okay to Be Different
Rice has long been one of the most popular wedding supplies. In fact, guests have been tossing rice at newlyweds for centuries. The tradition started back in Roman Times when throwing rice at the new couple to wish them many children. Rice was seen as a symbol of fertility in early Roman culture. But rice has become expensive and can lead to eye injuries.
For daytime weddings when sparklers would not be very effective, why not replace them with confetti cannons instead. You can order them in a variety of colors, and many contain fully biodegradable confetti that is eco-friendly. This way nobody gets stuck with going back to the venue to sweep up mountains of rice.
Trying to find a way to make the newlywed couple's exit special might seem a bit daunting. After all, it's so easy to hit the local grocery store and pick up a few bags of rice to split up for the guests. But who wants something that is the same old thing everyone does? It's up to you to find the wedding supplies that are sure to make every aspect of this special day as different as possible.