Hey friends! I love wedding exits and seeing the creative side of my #DGPcouples come out!
Here are some tips for popular wedding exits I have been a part of:
1. Think about time. Most guests don’t stay more than 3 or 4 hours (except the ones who love dancing the night away). You don’t need a huge group of people for a beautiful and fun exit, but depending on how many you do want to include, think about adjusting that “exit” time!
Another thing I like to suggest to my #DGPcouples is a “staged exit”. If you plan to do the exit late in the night, often times, photography coverage ends long before the exit happens. So instead of having my couples pay for 3-4 more hours of coverage, we’ll gather their bridal party and close family and grab some “exit” photos before we head out! Fun trick to still get you those pictures and keep the party going!
A classic and beautiful way to end the evening.
3. Show off your fun personality! Dip, kiss, twirl, have your groom carry you- do whatever feels natural! If nothing else, I always encourage my couples to stop about half way and kiss. It makes for the most gorgeous photos!
Bubbles are a fun and gorgeous exit idea, especially if it is earlier in the day!
I LOVE petal exits! It looks so pretty in pictures plus its environmental friendly!
Your venue wont allow anything during the exit? No worries! Just simply having your guests line up with their hands up and cheering you on is a fantastic way to end the night!
Don’t be afraid to get creative with your exit! Here are some more grand exit ideas if you want to be different!
here are some other great exit images I found on Google
There are so many ways to exit your ceremony or reception. At the end of the day, you should pick something that you and your future spouse love and want! Even if its something totally new and different, do what fits your personalities!