What is a party without a little confetti?
Using confetti means endless possibilities as you get to decide the colours you like, amount of sparkle and types of shape you want.
Go glam and choose a gold shredded foil-type of confetti like Jessica and Yang Kang (pictured), or opt for colourful heart-shaped confetti for your outdoor wedding exit!
You can even make it easier for your guests by using a confetti push-popper.
Image: Brian Ho
What could be more celebratory and festive than the use of the party poppers? Best of all, it is easily available from most party shops.
Admit it, having colourful streamers raining down on you is a thrill no matter, and now you've the perfect excuse to bask in it.
Image: Michael Chan, Visual Artisans Photography
Versatility is the name of the game here, especially if you're on a budget.
The use of bubbles for an outdoor wedding exit can be fun and playful, and warm and romantic in an indoor setting, just like Jin and Simon's exit.
In fact, bubbles can also double up as a wedding favor for your guests! Just have them in personalized and theme-appropriate bottles and you're good to go.
Image: Bloc Memoire Photography
Not a fan of having things tossed at you?
Using balloons as your recessional will be the perfect solution for you. It is a fun variation that creates a different type of photo op, especially if you have them coordinated to your wedding theme or colour palette.
Also, for an eco-friendly option, you can consider using non-helium balloons.
Image: Lovorth Weddings
For the anti-fans of being tossed at, you can consider sparklers as an alternative.
Have your guests line the path of your exit and light the path up overhead with sparklers in hand. Functionality aside, sparklers make for a conveniently romantic and slightly dramatic send off.
Do make sure that your venue allows you to light the sparkles, and inform your guests of the emergency exits in case of fire though!
Image: Glen Sin
See also: 9 Fabulous Ways To Display Your Wedding Photos!
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