Post # 1
The church that we are getting married in is a historical building and they have very strict guidelines! They do not allow any rice, bird seed, confetti or rose petals to be thrown inside or outside of the chuch. (no sparklers either) The only other option I can think of is those wedding wands but frankly.. I’m not a fan of them.
Have any of you tried anything different? I really want that one picture of us exiting the church with our guest cheering us on. Lol.
Post # 3
We did bubbles! It was cheap, fun, and made for great photos!
Post # 4
Dried lavender. Our venue was historical as well and they only allowed dried lavender or eco-confetti. It actually photographed really well and it smelled AMAZING!
Post # 5
Love this product. When it’s done just throw a hose on it and it disappears!
Post # 6
Bubbles, sparklers, ribbon wands? We had a sword arch… But thats obviously military-ish and not for everybody 🙂
Post # 7
I don’t like any of the things you listed anyway. (Well, I like rose petals. Don’t like anything else thrown at me, though, lol).
We’re doing bubbles. 🙂
Post # 9
@Gemstone: I forgot all about that! This will probably be my last resort if I can’d find anything else.
@JenGirl: That sounds great! I’m going to see if the church approves! Thanks!!
Post # 10
Or, you could just do nothing – it’s really just a moment in the day. There’s so much else to focus on and get excited about – nobody will miss it!
Post # 11
@Hou25: It’s simple, but it can make for cute photos, plus there’s no clean up. 🙂
Post # 12
@Gemstone: yup.. I am loving that part. 🙂
Post # 13
if you decide to use bubbles make sure your gown is not made of silk… bubbles stain silk
Post # 14
Bubbles, sparklers…I went to a wedding once were everyone was given little tiny bells to ring as the bride and groom walked by.
Post # 15
Ribbon wands in your colors! They look so awesome in pictures!
Post # 16
- Wedding: May 2011 - Downtown 202
Paper airplanes! They’re large enough that someone can pick them up fairly easily when you’re done.