Gather Ideas for What Guests Should Toss at Your Wedding

See popular wedding toss ideas for the ceremony or reception exit!

Gather Ideas for What Guests Should Toss at Your Wedding

Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios

Whether for the recessional or the grand exit from your reception, having your guests celebrate your marriage by showering you with confetti makes for a picture-perfect moment. But why just stick with regular old confetti? This is an opportunity to showcase your personality or lean in to the aesthetic of your big day. You could be environmentally friendly by using organic materials such as an explosion of flower petals, or express your whimsy by having friends and family blow bubbles as you and your beloved walk past. If your venue doesn’t allow anything to be tossed, don’t fret - you can always provide guests with sparklers to hold or flags to wave instead. Almost every possibility is going to lead to great pictures and even better memories. 

Below, find some of our favorite pictures of the wedding toss – all from real weddings. Click each photo to find more inspiration from each celebration. 

Flower petal explosion at wedding ceremony
Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios; Consulting by Linda Howard Events

Bride and groom bubble blowing at wedding ceremony
Photo by Heather Kincaid

Bride and groom walking down the aisle flower petal toss
Photo by Elizabeth Millay; Bridal Gown by Ines Di Santo; Consulting by DFW Events; Floral Design by Jackson Durham Events

Joanna Krupa wedding ceremony recessional flower petal toss
Photo by Kris Kan

Black and white photo of couple flower petal toss after church wedding
Photo by Donna Newman Photography; Bridal Salon: Kleinfeld Bridal; Consulting by Posh Parties

Bright flower petal toss Indian wedding ceremony exit
Photo by Lin & Jirsa Photography; Floral Design by The Hidden Garden

Black and white photo of confetti toss wedding leaving church
Photo by Carasco Photography; Bridal Gown by Ines Di Santo; Consulting by SQN Events

Bride and groom exit guests waving American flags
Photo by Renee Sprink Photography; Bridal Gown by Monique Lhuillier

Black and white photo of bride and groom in cowboy hat sparkler exit
Photo by Troy Grover Photographers; Consulting by EverAfter Events

Heart shape confetti toss bride and groom exit
Photo by Michael Carr Photography; Consulting by Ann Whittington, Event Planner

Bride and groom kiss during sparkler exit black and white photo
Photo by Dalal Photography; Consulting by Mindy Weiss Party Consultants

Bride in short wedding dress large heart shape confetti toss exit
Photo by David & Tammy Molnar; Bridal Gown by Monique Lhuillier

Click here for more ideas for your grand exit and be inspired by floral and personalized aisle runners. 

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