Post # 1
When the ceremony is over, if it’s in a public park gazebo with pictures afterward, where do me and my fiance go? I know people usually walk back down the aisle out of sight. Do we walk at all? Do we walk and just go for a minute and start taking pictures out of sight then come back to take pictures with everyone? It’s a small wedding (30 people max probably). I just don’t know what we’re supposed to do in this situation.
Post # 3
I would still walk down the aisle for the photo ops and to get people to clear out of the area so they won’t be in your pictures. We got married at a location that had a gazebo. We walked out after the wedding and had everyone come out on the front lawn so that we could get a group shot.
Post # 4
We’re getting married at a gazebo too and ours is a little strange because our ceremony set up is shaped like an L. So the middle (right angle) would be the gazebo and our guests would actually be on one part and where I walk down is the other side of the L. So when we leave I think we will just walk back the way I came where there is a patio and stop there.
I think our guests will be standing right close to the gazebo and there will only be 15-20 so it’s going to be short and sweet and kind of casual.
Post # 5
Is there somewhere sort of away to the side, behind some trees or something, where you and your husband could grab a quiet moment while waiting for everyone else to get where they need to be for the photos? Definitely still do the recessional back down the aisle, it’s a joyful celebratory moment as you take your first walk as a married couple.