Fun Send-Off Ideas for your Houston Wedding

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Your wedding is such a celebratory event! Heartfelt vows, delicious cuisine, gorgeous décor; so many details will create your happily ever after.

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Once you have enjoyed your celebration with all of your closest friends and family members, it will be time to depart your nuptials as newlyweds.

We love when couples make a grand exit on their big day! That’s why, here at DJ Dave Productions, as Houston wedding DJs, we have gathered some fun send-off ideas that you could choose to showcase at your own wedding. If you are all set to become inspired, be sure to continue reading:

  • Illuminate the Way. Aren’t fireworks beautiful? By presenting your guests with sparklers, you can let them light your way as you jet off to your honeymoon. This is an especially ideal option for evening weddings. Not only will your guests enjoy taking part in this festive send-off, but it will certainly allow you to capture some stunning photos.
  • Festive Tosses. Traditionally, rice is tossed among the newlywed couple as they make their grand exit. However, you can choose the festive alternative of confetti as a way to add some color and pizzazz to your exit. Or, for a more elegant appeal, consider having your guests toss herbs, such as rosemary or lavender.
  • Whimsical Bubbles. You can add some whimsy to your departure by having your guests blow bubbles among you. Guests of all ages will enjoy taking part in this send-off, and it will certainly add some flair to your photos.

 

A wonderful wedding exit is a must for your big day! These are just a few send-off options that you could choose to showcase at your own wedding.

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Along with planning your wedding exit, you will also need to plan your music with a wedding DJ in Houston, Texas. So, please contact us here at DJ Dave Productions, as we would be honored to be a party of your happily ever after.

 

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