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Snapshot Sunday: The Getaway

Posted on July 14, 2013 at 6:15 AM

The final shot at your wedding will be the getaway and Essence of Events, LLC has a few ideas on how to make it memorable. Most brides escape their reception in a limousine, an antique roadster, a sports car, or a fancy taxi with “Just Married” inked across the back. It’s the traditional image of a newly married couple proclaiming to the world that they’ve just embarked on a new and exciting journey together.




But for some brides, the classic wedding car will just not do. They want pop; they want pizzazz; they want that wow-factor. But mostly, they want their personalities to shine through old wedding traditions to highlight what is uniquely their own. Several options are available to brides who want to make an effortless twist on their reception getaway. A bicycle or scooter is a simple, yet romantic exit for those brides who are young and carefree at heart.




If the reception is located near a body of water, a rowboat or canoe exit would give the impression that the bride and groom have just jumped from the pages of a Nicolas Sparks novel. Or for a truly unique aquatic farewell, head out to sea on a pair of water-skis.




An exit on a ski lift or sledding down a snowy mountainside would be a fun winter wonderland escape for the bride who enjoys a chill on her cheeks.



For the bride who longs for a picturesque aerial perspective, a hot-air balloon or a small plane would provide the bird’s eye view she craves.




Only the most daring brides can mix adventure and romance. Leave everyone astonished at a destination wedding by jumping off a cliff together to swim to a nearby yacht.


For these and more photography ideas contact Essence of Events, LLC to setup your free initial consultation at 253.292.1482 or contact@essenceofevents.com.


Categories: Snapshots/Photography, Weddings, Trends/Style/Themes

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