Who said you can’t have a grand exit for a small wedding? Of course you can! The grand exit is one of my favourite aspects of a wedding and you can have your grand exit whether there is 200+ guests or 10 with family and close friends. Various options can be explored for your grand exit however I suggest whatever you decide, it should be a reflection of you! Your style, your wedding theme; or even something related to your profession. For e.g. if you are a pilot….craft a few DIY paper planes and throw it in the air as you make you’re your way out. There are two key things that you should to note when deciding/planning your send offs – Timing and Photography.

What’s the point of the grand send-off if it’s not captured?! Book the photographer for sufficient time to capture the moment as these make great wedding blow up photos and great laughs. In relation to timing, you can select a song to be played as your last song and have everyone join in. The DJ can make an announcement to invite everyone to get up and dance this last dance with you. At this point be prepared for hugs and kisses. Then your guests can make the human tunnel as you glide away.

Who said you can’t come back to the bar after you’ve had some quiet time and have blessed the marriage if the party is till going on in the reception hall?! Some suggested ideas for the exit toss are: sky lanterns; wedding sparklers; confetti; ribbons; sprinklers.