Post # 1
I ask because i have 17 people total, including myself and Fiance.
after we walk down the aisle at the end of the ceremony, i want the guests to blow bubbles on us. however, i will also have 5 bridal party members up there, so they can’t really blow bubbles i guess? since they walk after us?
unless i have some placed near the front and they can grab them and join in. Or should i have them walk out in a recessional like tradiiton and they won’t blow bubbles. If i do that, i will have only 10 people blowing bubbles on us? is that good enough for a picture?
Post # 3
I think that will probably be fine, but if you want all of them to participate, can you do what I did and gather everyone after the recessional for the bubble blowing? Granted, we got married inside a chapel and they only allowed the bubble blowing outside, but still…. that might work for you as well. 🙂
Otherwise just ask everyone to group close-ish together so that the bubbles look thicker if that makes sense. 😀
Post # 4
@dodgercpkl: after posting i did think about the idea of recreating the effect of bubbles for the camera. perhaps my photographer will know what we should do.
Post # 6
We are having about 18 people at our Destination Wedding and we will be doing a “staged” exit for the pictures. Our guests will be lined up and ready and we will walk down the aisle again. We are going to have our guests toss rose petals instead of the bubbles though. Your photographer should know exactly what to have the guest do to get the perfect picture!