Do the Bride a Favor Gives Top Send-Off Item Picks

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Following a Bridal Guide article published June 28, 2013, entitled “5 Fun Ideas for an Outdoor Summer Wedding”, Do the Bride a Favor is giving tips to brides and party planners on the perfect send-off item for weddings.

f the venue does not allow sparklers or bubbles, consider getting your group together for one last photo. Make it fun and memorable by doing something out of the ordinary.

Many brides want to remember their honeymoon send-off as a time of excitement and joy. A traditional send-off includes rice or bird seed, but brides of today are coming up with some very creative ideas to replace this tradition. Do the Bride a Favor is taking inspiration from a Bridal Guide article published on June 28, 2013, entitled “5 Fun Ideas for an Outdoor Summer Wedding”, and is giving brides and party planners new ideas for a fun send-off.

When choosing a send-off item, one must first consider the venue. Contact the venue’s owners and ask about permitted send-off items. Each location will have different rules pertaining to these items.

Gain inspiration from the chosen wedding theme. If the wedding theme can easily translate to a send-off item such as bubbles or sparklers, contact the photographer and ask for their okay before making plans. Some items may impact upon the quality of photographs, so getting the go ahead from the photographer is important. If it’s a summer wedding theme, flower petals, sparklers, or water-soluble confetti may be perfect.

Senior writer of Do the Bride a Favor suggests, “If the venue does not allow sparklers or bubbles, consider getting your group together for one last photo. Make it fun and memorable by doing something out of the ordinary. One idea is to give guests a piece of Bubblicious, have them chew it, and (if possible) have all your guests blow a bubble at the same time. Getting a silly photo of 200 people blowing bubbles would be a memory and photo to cherish for years to come.”

Keep the send-off time in mind. Bubbles and confetti may not work for a late-night send-off, so consider things such as sparklers, paper lanterns, or light-up wands. Some items can even double as party favors.

If the wedding is a daytime affair, bubbles and venue-approved confetti are both wonderful ideas, along with party poppers or even colored cornstarch which easily washes off.

A wedding send-off can be one of the most important moments of the reception. Choosing an item that the bride and the guests can enjoy is a wonderful way to end the day.

Do the Bride a Favor gives send-off ideas for weddings, including choosing items that will continue a theme, or items that will work well for pictures, such as sparklers or colored cornstarch.

About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website dedicated to giving brides and party planners new, fresh ideas for weddings, including candy favors, organization tips, and party theme concepts.

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