5 Unique Wedding Exit Ideas You Might Not Have Seen Before

There’s nothing like wrapping up your wedding with a big send off! It’s a chance for you to soak in the love and best wishes one last time before heading into newlywed life. At night, it’s tempting to have a bright wedding exit with things like sparklers. These 5 unique wedding exit ideas you might not have seen before have the personalization factor written all over them, are for sure to excite your guests, and leave as little impact on the environment as possible.

Bride and groom running through their wedding exit while their guests throw dried lavender buds while everyone is laughing.
  1. Lavender buds

Want a unique wedding send off idea that will not only photograph well but also smells amazing? Dried lavender buds are the perfect way to get authentic images and are sure to wow your guests! Try these organic dried lavender flowers for the best smelling and looking lavender toss!

2. Plantable Confetti

Plantable confetti is a really nice alternative to traditional confetti. You can use it as part of your celebration but in a kind way so it comes back to help the environment when curating your dream wedding send off!

3. Flower petals with a custom twist

Dried flowers are a great way to add color to your wedding exit! One way to incorporate your guests’ and your own style is to have a “flower bar” set up with different varieties of dried flowers that your guests can add to their bags to throw for your sendoff! This is such a fun touch of personalization and will create stunning, genuine images and a great story to tell. This set of dried flowers offers such a wide variety of colors for sure to make your wedding exit unique and fit your wedding style!

4. LED balloons

If you love the idea of adding light to your wedding exit, but don’t want sparklers, try these super fun LED balloons! You can hand them out to your guests to hold and toss in the air while you run through the crowd to begin your new chapter!

5. Palm leaf tunnel (or pampas grass)

This idea is one of the most out of the box wedding exit ideas and will make for the perfect tunnel for you to run through and create the most unique wedding send off photos! Of course the floral type can be interchangeable depending on your wedding style, but large dried palm leaves or pampas grass would make for the best background for this unique wedding send off idea! These large dried palm leaves make for the most beautiful backdrop for personalized wedding send offs!

Whichever one of these unique wedding send off ideas you use, you’re sure to have a memorable exit. Guests will enjoy showing their enthusiasm and support in such an expressive way, and you can enjoy it knowing that you added personal touches that resonated with you and your lover!

Are you interested in curating a wedding send off that speaks to your love story, but need additional help thinking of out of the box ideas? I would love to help! I’m Kaylie, a Phoenix wedding photographer specializing in candid, timeless & authentic images! I can help you figure out all the details when planning your perfect wedding exit to get the most natural and candid photos!



The article was written by me, Kaylie! I am a wedding & elopement photographer encouraging you to embrace the details that make your love story unique, to make sure you get a personable experience, & to be your helping hand and friend throughout the entire process! Specializing in nostalgic & candid images serving couples in Arizona & beyond!

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