What is the Best Way to Exit Your Wedding?

Special Exits For Special Couples

We get this question ALL the time! First thing you want to do is check your venue contract. Several venues have very specific rules about the types of exits that are allowed, so before heading to Pinterest and spending your valuable time coming up with an exit, you will want to see what is permissible at your specific venue. We see a lot of couples put a lot of time and energy into these exits, which is super fun, but don’t feel obligated to do it – it’s your wedding – spend your time and money anyway you want!

We always recommend checking in with your photographer and following their recommendations, because they will of course be the ones to capture it. They can always give some great insight into what has worked the best for them and if they aren’t going to be there for the exit, it may not make sense to do an evening exit. In this case, we generally recommend to plan a fun exit following your ceremony, so they are there to capture that. Exits are very difficult to capture because there is typically no light, so you will definitely want to make sure if you have something super fun planned – you will want a professional photographer there to capture it for you and let them know in advance what you have planned.

Check out our fabulous couples and what they have done for their exits:

The Sparkler Exit

First up is the sparkler exit. This is by far the most popular, but also one of the most common exits not allowed at venues, so be sure to check your contract before you purchase anything! I would say this is probably a photographers favorite as well because it provides light and creates a beautiful picture. It’s probably a planners least favorite – depending on how much your guests drink! haha. We have certainly been burned before, and we have seen guests almost burn couples as well – so you may want to keep that in mind if your guests like to party!

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Kaitlyn and Chris’ Legare Waring House Wedding featured in Smitten Magazine

We really could NOT be more excited about this publication in Smitten Magazine! Not only is this couple so sweet and deserving of this fabulous eight page spread, but this wedding was definitely one of the most fun weddings we have ever planned! This adorable and artsy couple really let their talent shine in the details and the amount of love these two have for each other is undeniable. We were beyond fortunate to work with incredible vendors that can all be found in the publication and to have the opportunity to work with such an amazing couple. Check out the publication in Smitten below and don’t miss out on even more pictures of this incredible wedding here.

Don’t miss the magazine feature here: 

Danielle + Drew’s Kiawah Island Wedding Featured on Borrowed and Blue

Borrowed and Blue is SUCH a fabulous wedding blog – we are always so touched when our couples are featured!

Danielle + Drew were the epitome of cool and their event reflected that.  Nothing over the top or unnecessary, they focused on the beautiful surroundings of Mingo Point on Kiawah Island and their guests.   They brought a lot of fun personal items to their wedding, and even Danielle’s grandmother baked the cake – it was perfect!

Red Shutter Studio knocked it out of the park, below are a few teaser photos, check out the feature here!

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