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WEDDING BLOG

Fun Wedding Confetti Alternatives for Your Ceremony Recessional and Grand Exit

August 28, 2019 | juliette

photo by Elina Upmane Photography

Throwing confetti as the couple walks down the aisle or exits their reception is, in our opinion, one of the best wedding traditions! And, while we do love a confetti canon, we totally understand that some couples aren’t comfortable with the idea — and that some venues don’t even allow it. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the fun and excitement of an epic recessional or exit! There are so many confetti alternatives that can help you make your exit in style, and we’ve rounded up our favorites for you today. From flowers to bubbles to smoke bombs, these confetti alternatives are environmentally friendly, hassle-free, and will make for some seriously cool photos!

Fresh Flowers & Petals

photo by Chelsea Abril Photography

photo by Kay + Bee

photo by Claire Thomson Photography

photo by Kayla Fisher Photography

photo by Kelly Lemon Photography

Dried Flowers

photo by Page & Holmes Photography

photo by Carla Penoncelli

photo by Lindie Wilton

Leaves

photo by In Frames Photography

photo by Aase Pouline

Bubbles

photo by Catalina Jean

photo by Hana Alsoudi Photography

photo by Chelsea Abril Photography

Ribbons/Streamers

photo by Jonnie + Garrett

photo by Dawn Charles

photo by Pablo Laguia

Feathers

photo by Lauren Scotti

Smoke Bombs

photo by The Shepards Photo

photo by Jami Laree

Love these confetti alternatives and looking for more ways to personalize your ceremony and reception details? Look no further than these wedding planning articles:

45 Beautiful Wedding Aisle Markers for Your Ceremony

Affordable Wedding Decor You Wouldn’t Believe Came from Amazon

9 Tips for Decorating Your Wedding Reception on a Budget

photo by Lago Photo

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