Happy Independence Day! For many, this holiday is a fun-filled day consisting of barbecue food, a trip to the beach, and spending quality time with family and friends. For some brides and grooms, this long weekend may also include their festive nuptials, as many pairs like to take advantage of long weekends to organize their vow exchange. With all of the sunny activities, refreshing drinks, and delicious food, you’ll likely want to end the holiday with a bang, no?
Recently, we’ve been seeing a rise in the trend of the “grant exit,” or a spectacular display at the end of the night to send off the newlyweds in style – sparklers, noisemakers, and other fun accessories contribute to this playful trend. One of the most grand routes to take when considering an opulent ending, however, is the inclusion of fireworks on your big day. In fact, if you decide to marry on the Fourth of July, chances are you’ll see a firework display light up the night sky regardless of your planning.
Get inspired with the examples below from real weddings – and be sure to click on each photo for further ideas for your event!Photo by Michael Svoboda Wedding Photography; Planning & Design by Thomas Bui Lifestyle
Photo by John Solano Photography; Planning & Design by Mindy Weiss Party Consultants
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