Executing the Send-Off
When the day finally arrives, you’ll be faced with making it all happen. Luckily, you’ll already be ready with the right location, right sparklers, and plenty of practice in advance. However, it’s crucial to explain the process thoroughly to your guests before you begin! As long as everyone is on the same page and you’re fully prepared, executing the send-off should be a walk in the park.
Send-Off Ideas for Every Season
Luckily, our products can be used regardless of when your wedding date happens to be. Every season has benefits and drawbacks when choosing a date. However, sparklers can be used at any celebration; there are just certain considerations to make. Here is a breakdown of ideas for using them in your grand exit depending on the time of year.
Spring is considered the earliest part of “wedding season”, but often times the weather can be unpredictable. Additionally, even if it’s dry that day, there can still be mud and muck outside. If you are planning to have your wedding exit during the spring, you probably want to plan to do it indoors.
Summer is peak season and the most desirable time of year to say your vows. Best of all, the warm temperatures and great weather make outdoor send-off lines a preferred possibility. Since weather is unpredictable, you should have a contingency plan just in case. However, I suggest doing them outdoors if at all possible to enjoy nature’s beauty!
The end of peak season starts in mid fall, but it’s still a great time to get hitched! There’s still some great weather available, and you can’t pick a more beautiful time to be outside. So, I suggest planning for an outdoor exit unless the weather looks treacherous. As always, make sure you have a backup plan just in case!
If you’re planning to have your sparkler exit in the winter, there are special considerations as well. Venue prices may be cheaper, but there are many potential pitfalls. First off, you must plan on performing your sparkler send-off outdoors; and that means you need to buy a smokeless product. Ice and snow can lead to injuries, and slipping with a burning stick in your hand could be a disaster. Unless you live in Florida, avoid outdoor exit lines; no matter how tempting they seem.