How to Plan a Holiday Wedding

holiday weddingIf you are planning a wedding in late fall or early winter, your wedding is bound to coincide with the holiday season. Whether it is Halloween for October brides, Thanksgiving for November nuptials, or Hannukah and Christmas for December ceremonies, planning a wedding during this time of year gives you the chance to incorporate some of your favorite fall and winter holiday traditions into your big day! Below are some fun and easy ways to add a touch of holiday flair to your holiday wedding celebration including ideas for decor, food, drinks, and even your wedding send off.

Add a Spooky Touch of Halloween to Your October Wedding

For couples planning a wedding in October, adding in a touch of Halloween is a must. If you are not fans of the creepier sides of the holiday, you can focus on adding in some less spooky traditions. Some fun ideas include having Halloween Carnival activities, like pumpkin carving and bobbing for apples at your reception, trying out a masquerade theme, serving a Halloween-themed signature drink, or sending your guests home with trick-or-treat favors at the end of the night.

Love the spookier side of Halloween? Some creative ways to incorporate this fall holiday into your wedding include sending creepy save the dates, like these, having an eerie candle-lit ceremony after sundown, and embracing the “Till Death do us Part” portion of the wedding vows, with this spooky ring holder or this dramatic display.

Incorporate the Thanksgiving Harvest Theme into your November Wedding

Since Thanksgiving festivities are centered around giving thanks for friends, family, and food, we can’t think of a better holiday to incorporate into your November wedding. One festive way to add a touch of Thanksgiving to your reception is to serve delicious, seasonal cocktails like warm mulled cider or a champagne apple punch. Can’t get enough of Thanksgiving Day food? Consider serving up a Thanksgiving feast of your own. Wedding expert Renee Strauss suggests subbing venison, pheasant, or other seasonal dishes with turkey for an extra special meal. It is also easy to embrace a Thanksgiving theme by adding touches of fall into your decor with pumpkin centerpieces, a fall color palette, and seasonal flowers and foliage for your bouquet.

Embrace the Season by Making Your December Wedding Celebration Merry & Bright

If you ask us, December is one of the most magical times of the year. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Christmas, there are tons of beautiful ways to add a touch of these seasonal celebrations into your holiday wedding day. When it comes to floral arrangements and decor, adding pops of pine needles, mistletoe, and cranberries alongside flowers in seasonal hues will instantly add a festive touch of Christmas to your special day. Meanwhile, if you are celebrating Hanukkah, also known as the  “Festival of Lights,” adding candlelight, twinkle lights, or lanterns will add a traditional element to your reception while also providing elegant mood lighting for your guests.

No matter how you choose to incorporate fall and winter holidays into your wedding, you are bound to have a beautiful celebration that you will not soon forget! If you are looking for an easy way to add a festive touch to your holiday wedding exit, be sure to check out our wide selection of wedding sparklers, which add a special touch to every celebration — no matter what the season.

Tips for planning a daytime wedding

planning a daytime weddingThere are many reasons to opt for a daytime wedding. Whether you are trying to save money, want to embrace the beautiful morning light, or are trying to keep your wedding casual, you can’t go wrong with a daytime wedding. Typically our posts are focused on planning evening weddings. However, in this post, we’ll share some of our favorite pointers for planning a festive and fun daytime wedding. And in case you were wondering—you can still incorporate wedding sparklers into a daytime affair!

Stick to a strict timeline

One of the main differences between planning an evening wedding and planning a daytime wedding is the timeline. When planning an evening wedding, you have the entire day for last minute logistics, hair and makeup, and other wedding prep. However, if the ceremony starts at 11:00 a.m., it is important to plan accordingly so that you aren’t rushed. Brides.com suggests planning on an early wakeup call to ensure plenty of time for hair and makeup, lounging with your bridal party, and dealing with any last minute logistics.

Consider serving brunch or lunch

When planning a daytime wedding many couples are tempted to opt for light hors d’oeuvres instead of serving a traditional meal. However, this can result in hungry guests, who most likely ditched breakfast or lunch to attend your nuptials. Jyl Deering, a wedding planner for Chancey Charm suggests centering your reception around either brunch or lunch to ensure guests are well fed. If this simply isn’t in the budget, that’s okay! Just be sure to inform guests that you will be hosting a wedding followed by light hors d’oeuvres so they can plan their meals accordingly.

Plan your music accordingly

According to Brides.com, it’s perfectly acceptable to incorporate dancing into your daytime wedding. However, if you do want to get guests moving, it is important to choose your music to match the time of day. Instead of hiring a DJ to spin popular club tunes, they suggest sticking live music, like a classical guitarist or a popular jazz ensemble. If live music isn’t in the budget, we love the idea of putting together a fun daytime playlist that guests can dance to.

Incorporate lawn games

If you are planning a daytime wedding that is outdoors, you can’t go wrong with lawn games. Setting up games like croquet, horse shoes, giant jenga, corn hole, and more, will ensure guests have a blast at your reception and will also provide fun photo opts. Want to personalize a game for your big day? We love these monogrammed cornhole boards!

Don’t forget to plan a send off!

Just because you are planning a daytime wedding doesn’t mean you should skip the grand wedding exit! In fact, a clear end to your wedding may be even more important to ensure your guests don’t stay into the evening. Some of our favorite wedding send off ideas for daytime weddings include balloons, flower petals, pom poms, silly string, and, of course, wedding sparklers!

Using Pumpkins in Fall Weddings

Using Pumpkins in Fall WeddingsFall is in full swing, and as always, this means that we cannot get enough of pumpkins! Whether we are burning our favorite pumpkin-scented candle, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte from our favorite coffee shop, or heading to the pumpkin patch with friends and family, pumpkins are eponymous with the fall season. So when it comes to planning a fall wedding, we think incorporating pumpkins into your wedding is a must. Read on to learn some of our favorite ideas for using pumpkins in fall weddings, culminating in a magical wedding send off.

Decorate with Mr. & Mrs. Pumpkins

How adorable are these Mr. & Mrs. pumpkins? You can easily make your own with some paint, appliques, and a creative friend or family member. They will look great on a guest book or gift table, and can even double as props for photos.

Serve Pumpkin-Themed Appetizers

Another way to use pumpkins in fall weddings? Use them in your menu! In addition to making the perfect fall decor, pumpkins are also delicious, and a great option for a fall-themed menu. We love the idea of these appetizers that use the pumpkin itself as a serving dish.

Use Pumpkins as Aisle Markers

If you are planning an outdoor wedding, you can’t go wrong with using pumpkins as aisle markers during your ceremony. This will add a fun festive touch to any fall wedding. We recommend opting for a variety of pumpkin sizes, shapes, and colors, to really make them stand out. Feeling creative? You can jazz up your pumpkin aisle markers with paint, stencils, and carving!

Entertain with a Pumpkin Carving or Decorating Station

A fun way to entertain guests (adults and children alike!) is to set up a pumpkin decorating station. You can keep it simple with miniature pumpkins and crayons or go all out with paints, glitter, stencils, and more! Although it could get messy, another fun way to use pumpkins in fall weddings is to have a carving station, where guests can have fun with this classic fall activity.

Incorporate Pumpkins into your Cake

Pumpkins are also a festive way to add a touch of fall to your wedding cake. Not a fan of pumpkin-flavored desserts? You can still embrace the season by decorating your cake with a pumpkin topper. Can’t get enough of pumpkin flavor? You may want to consider a pumpkin spice cake in addition to pumpkin decor.

Illuminate Your Reception with Pumpkins

Nothing is quite as magical as the glow of a carved pumpkin lantern lighting up a crisp fall evening. If you are planning an evening wedding, one of the best ways to use pumpkins in fall weddings is by using them in your lighting. Some of the most magical pumpkin lighting displays we have seen include these celestial pumpkins, these simple yet elegant mini heart lanterns, and these lanterns that incorporate fall flowers.

Once you have the mood set with elegant pumpkin lanterns, you can’t go wrong by adding an extra touch of magic to a fall evening with a wedding sparkler send off.

The Dos and Don’ts of Wedding Etiquette

Wedding EtiquetteTraditionally there have been pretty clear-cut rules when it comes to wedding etiquette. However, with the rise of technology and shifting cultural norms, many traditional wedding etiquette traditions have become outdated. Due to these constant shifts in what is and is not proper wedding etiquette, it can be tricky to plan your big day! In this post we will share some of the most important dos and don’ts, from using send offs such as wedding sparklers to alternatives for a receiving line, to take into consideration as you plan your wedding.

DON’T send registry information with your invites

Although it seems convenient, it is considered poor wedding etiquette to include information about where you are registered for wedding gifts with your wedding invitation. Fortunately, the ever-increasing popularity of wedding websites has made this wedding tradition easy to work around. Instead of including registry details in your invite, we suggest incorporating them into your wedding website, which you most definitely can include on your invite. Another workaround for the less tech-savvy? Give registry information to close friends and family, so that they can direct inquiring guests to your registry.

DO ditch the receiving line

According to Martha Stewart Weddings, it is no longer necessary to include a traditional receiving line in your wedding reception. “Traditionally, a newly-married couple, along with their parents and sometimes siblings, would line up after their ceremony to greet their guests and thank them for coming,” wedding designer Jung Lee tells the magazine. However, he points out that this tradition, which was often tedious for both the bride and groom as well as guests, has been replaced with less formal traditions, like going up to each table of guests to greet them, or greeting guests during a cocktail hour.

DON’T expect the bride’s parents to pay for the wedding

If you are just jumping into wedding planning, it may come as a surprise that the bride’s parents are no longer expected to pay for the entirety of the wedding. Although this is still the case in some instances, it is more common for wedding funding to come from a variety of sources including the couple, the groom’s parents, and the bride’s parents. When it comes down to it, it really is all about what works for your specific financial situation and family relationships.

DO create a wedding hashtag

Creating a wedding hashtag is definitely a more recent wedding etiquette tradition that has evolved alongside the rise of the smartphone. While not an absolute must, it is definitely in line with proper etiquette to let guests know about your wedding hashtag and encourage them to use it to share photos of your big day—be it on your formal invites or simply on your wedding website.

DON’T skip traditional elements that you love

When it comes down to wedding etiquette and tradition, it is ultimately your day, and you should do what works for your wedding instead of sticking to hard and fast rules. So while for instance it is no longer an etiquette “must” to not see each other until the ceremony on your wedding day, you can still stick to this tradition if it is important to you!

DO plan a clear end to your wedding

Yes – you want your reception to go on as long as possible. However, you don’t want it to drag on to the point that guests are bored and unsure if it is okay to leave or not. This is why planning a wedding exit is a wedding etiquette tradition that continues to be popular as other traditions fall by the wayside. Looking for formal wedding send off ideas? Some of our favorites include bubbles, glow sticks, flower petals, and, of course, wedding sparklers!

Planning a Destination Wedding

planning a destination weddingThere are many reasons to plan a destination wedding. Maybe your family and friends are spread out across the country, maybe you want to have your wedding in a favorite vacation spot that has many happy memories, or maybe you just aren’t into the traditional wedding game. Whatever your reason (or reasons!) are, we have you covered with these tips for planning a destination wedding.

1. Choose the perfect location

When it comes to choosing the perfect location for a destination wedding, it is important to not only choose a spot that has significance for you but to also choose a destination where planning a wedding is feasible. As you decide on a location, consider places that have been an important part of your life or relationship. Perhaps a favorite family vacation town, the exotic destination where you got engaged, or an area where you’ve always wanted to travel. Once you have a few locations in mind, check into them to make sure they have the amenities needed to plan a wedding, such as multiple hotels, caterers, and a reliable airport.

2. Don’t forget to study up on local culture + laws

If you are planning a destination wedding in a different country, it is important to familiarize yourself (and your guests) with the local culture and laws. When researching local laws, make sure to look into laws that could apply to your wedding ceremony and reception, to make sure that you will not be in violation. Once you have learned about important cultural norms (for example, do guests need to tip at restaurants? And, is it appropriate to wear a bikini on the beach there?), you may want to make a handy guide for your guests to avoid any cultural snafus during your destination wedding.

3. Be accommodating to your guests

It is key to keep your guests in mind while planning a destination wedding. After all, these friends and family are traveling across the globe for your big day! One of the most important factors to consider when planning a destination wedding is accommodations for your guests. Be sure there are plenty of lodging options available to guests that are both nearby the wedding venue and in a reasonable price range for guests. Other ways you can be accommodating of your guests include looking into group rates with airlines, giving your guests a list of transportation options from the airport to their hotel, and planning additional activities for them to attend, like a brunch the morning after your wedding.

4. Keep the weather in mind

When planning a wedding in a favorite vacation location, it is important to remember that the weather may not be sunny and warm year round. As you choose a date, be sure to take the weather patterns into consideration to ensure you and your guests are comfortable. Also, when choosing your wedding dress, and the attire for your wedding party, be sure to keep the climate in mind. You don’t want to be wearing a long, heavy dress in a tropical island setting!

5. Don’t forget to incorporate your favorite traditions

Just because you are planning a destination wedding, doesn’t mean you have to forego all of your favorite American wedding traditions. Although you will want to embrace the local culture, be sure to incorporate some tried and true traditions from home. For instance, don’t forget to bring your “something borrowed” and “something blue” to add to your wedding attire just because you are traveling across the globe. Another American wedding tradition that we love? A grand wedding exit. Don’t forget to have guests send you off in style, whether it be with rice, flower petals, or sparklers!

If you are looking for wedding sparklers to incorporate into your destination wedding, be sure to check out our convenient online store for a variety of sizes and options that will work perfectly for your big day.

Fall Wedding Favor Ideas

fall wedding favorThere are so many things to love about fall, including the cooler temperatures, crisp air, seasonal flavors, beautiful foliage, and festive decor. If you are planning a wedding this season, your options for fall wedding favors are limitless, thanks to the many scents and flavors associated with the season. Still looking for the perfect favors for your guests? Here are a few festive fall wedding favor ideas to try out on your big day.

Scented Candles

One of the best things about fall is the variety of delicious aromas that come along with the season including pumpkin, cinnamon, apple, maple, and more. This is why we love the idea of gifting seasonally scented candles as a fall wedding favor. Fall scented candles are also a perfect favor for couples on a budget as you can easily make your own DIY candles.

Seasonal Sweet Treats

When it comes to fall wedding favor ideas, you cannot go wrong with seasonal flavors. There are a wide range of delicious and popular foods and flavors that come along with the cooler temperatures! Brides.com has a comprehensive guide of fall food favors with ideas including gifting guests with jars of local apple butter, pumpkin-shaped cake pops, or bundles of leaf-shaped cookies.

Something Cozy

There is something about fall that makes us all want to curl up under a warm blanket with a good book. So why not help your guests stay cozy this season by opting for a cozy favor like a scarf or blanket? An added bonus is that your guests can use these items to keep warm during your reception if the temperatures dip a little bit lower than expected. Gifting your wedding party with favors? Cozy slippers are something your bridesmaids and groomsmen will use for years to come.

Warm Beverages

Autumn is definitely the season of warm seasonal beverages (pumpkin spice latte anyone?), so why not gift your guests with something warm to sip on as they remember all the fun they had at your wedding reception? Some fun and easy ideas include apple cider mix packaged with cinnamon sticks, tea bags wrapped up in cute boxes, or even packages of hot cocoa paired with mini marshmallows. Depending on the budget you could even package any of these beverages in a personalized wedding mug.

Sparklers with Personalized Match Boxes

How cute are these matchbooks personalized to include the couple’s initials? A fun fall wedding favor idea to end a long evening of food and drinks is to gift your guests with sparklers and a keepsake matchbook that they can take home with them after your grand wedding exit. If you decide to go this route, we suggest creating a festive display like this couple, so that it can double as decor during your reception.

Looking for wedding sparklers to incorporate into your fall wedding favors? We offer both 36 inch sparklers and 20 inch sparklers on our convenient online shop that will add a festive fall touch to your special day.

Planning a kid-friendly wedding

planning a kid-friendly weddingAlthough some couples opt for adult-only weddings, we think that some of the most fun weddings include children! Whether you want to ensure your nieces or nephews are there for your special day, or just want to include all of the children that are an important part of your life, here are a few of our favorite pointers for planning a kid-friendly wedding that both the children and the parents will enjoy.

Give them responsibility

One way to ensure the children in your life enjoy your big day is to give them a role in your wedding ceremony or reception. According to BridalGuide, this not only provides an adorable touch but also encourages them to be on their best behavior as it gives them a sense of importance and responsibility. Even if you aren’t having traditional ring bearers or flower girls, there are tons of fun ways you can include your nieces, nephews, and friend’s children in your nuptials. Some fun (and super cute) ideas include letting them be ushers, allowing them to have a kids-only dance to entertain the adults, or allowing them to help with wedding decor preparation.

Hire a babysitter

Another important pointer for planning a kid-friendly wedding is to hire a child care professional to help out during the reception. This will keep the kids entertained and will also allow parents to fully enjoy the event without worrying about keeping a close eye on their kids. Feel like splurging? You may also want to consider hiring an entertainer to keep the kids from getting bored. This could include a magician, storyteller, or caricature artist. Who knows, the adults might just end up being entertained too!

Set up a fun kids-only table

Instead of expecting kids to sit with the grownups during the reception, you may want to set up an exciting kids-only table for your younger guests. This will keep them from getting bored and will ensure they have a great time at your wedding. Some of our favorite ideas include setting the table with interactive wedding placemats that include games and coloring options, incorporating a centerpiece that they can play with (like a bowl of legos!), and putting down butcher paper in lieu of a fancy table cloth so that the kids can color and draw to their heart’s content.

Have kid-friendly food options

Depending on your budget, you may want to ask your caterers or venue if they have a kid’s menu option that you can incorporate into your reception since kids are known for being picky eaters. Not in the budget? Not a problem! We love the idea of setting up a playful “open bar” of kid’s snack options, to make sure there is something for even the pickiest eater to enjoy. This is a fun and affordable option and will keep kids from getting grumpy if they cannot find something that they want to eat.

Let the kids light up your wedding exit

Another pointer for planning a kid-friendly wedding is to plan a fun wedding send off that children can participate in. This could include giving them bubbles to blow, glow sticks to wave, or, even better, wedding sparklers to light!

Our Favorite Fall Wedding Tips

fall weddingFall is one of our favorite seasons for a wedding celebration. The cooler temperatures, beautiful leaves, and crisp air provide the perfect setting for a celebration. However, like any season, fall does offer some obstacles when it comes to wedding planning, such as unseasonable dips in temperature, busy sports schedules, earlier sunsets, and many popular flowers being out of season. The good news is that with a little planning and preparation, these are all easy to work around. Here are four of our favorite fall wedding tips to ensure your celebration goes off without a hitch.

Choose Your Wedding Weekend Wisely

Aside from being the season of pumpkin spice lattes, apple picking, and Halloween, Fall is also synonymous with football (as well as the end of baseball season). When choosing a date, be sure to keep big game weekends in mind, especially if you have family members that are die hard fans of a certain team. You don’t want to force friends and family to miss a big game, and you definitely don’t want them sneaking out early to catch the tail end of the biggest game of the season!

Plan for Cooler Temps

Fall weather can be unpredictable, so if you are planning an outdoor wedding, one of our top fall wedding tips is to have a plan for cooler temperatures. This includes making sure you (and your bridal party) have cardigans or pashminas that match your dresses, so that you still look put together even if a cold front moves through. It also includes making sure your guests are comfortable in case it is unseasonably cool. Some fun ideas for keeping guests warm if the temperature drops include setting up a hot cocoa, tea, or coffee stand, providing guests with throw blankets, and setting up cozy indoor spaces where guests can warm up if the weather isn’t cooperating.

Embrace the Season

When planning a fall wedding, don’t forget to embrace the season. Instead of having flowers that are out of season shipped in for your event, take advantage of what’s in season, and incorporate pumpkins, apples, fall foliage, and even pine cones into your decor. Utilize the beautiful fall skies and changing leaves as a backdrop for photos, and let the season guide your food and drink menus by offering warm drinks, seasonal desserts, or a Thanksgiving-themed meal!

Light up the Night

Although fall means cooler temperatures, beautiful skies, and photo-worthy foliage, it also means shorter days. However, just because the sun goes down early doesn’t mean your party has to stop! One of our favorite fall wedding tips is to illuminate the night with creative lighting option for a cozy, magical feel. Some of our favorite ideas include creating a canopy of twinkle lights, stringing lanterns in trees, decorating with vintage chandeliers, creating centerpieces with tea lights, and, of course, incorporating wedding sparklers into your wedding send off (check out these wedding send off ideas if you can’t decide!).

If you are looking for wedding sparklers to illuminate your fall wedding, be sure to check out our 20 inch and 36 inch sparkler options that will light up your celebration late into the night!

How to host the perfect end-of-summer party

Labor day partySummer is quickly drawing to a close, and the school year is just around the corner. With Labor Day weekend being the unofficial end of summer for many, it’s time to fire up the grill and light up the tiki torches for one final summer soiree. Here are a few of our favorite ideas for hosting the perfect end-of-summer party this Labor Day weekend!

Host a lawn game party!

What better way to enjoy the final days of summer than by bringing your closest friends and family together for an afternoon or evening of lawn games? Set up your volleyball net, get out the bocce ball and croquet sets, or get creative with these DIY giant Jenga, DIY cornhole game, and DIY Twister ideas.

Treat guests to your favorite summer desserts

Just because summer is ending doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy all of your favorite summer treats one last time! We love this slideshow of end-of-summer party desserts, including a decadent s’mores icebox cake, key lime pie fudge, and individual pina colada pies.

Decorate, decorate, decorate

There is no better way to get guests in the spirit than by adding some fun, patriotic decor to your end-of-summer festivities! You could get crafty with some of these Labor Day craft ideas, wow guests with beautiful floral centerpieces that highlight flowers grown in your summer garden, or stick to a simple string of twinkle lights to add a magical touch to your evening.

Stick to cookout classics

When it comes to planning the main course and sides for an end-of-summer party, you cannot go wrong with cookout classics. It’s your final chance to indulge in your go-to pasta or potato salad, corn on the cob, summer dips, and your favorite grilled burgers, hot dogs and kebabs – so make it count!

Indulge in summery drinks – one last time

Saying so long to summer with a fun warm-weather cocktail will make it a little easier! You can try your hand at some of these tropical, summer favorites or keep it super simple by trying out these make ahead punches so that you can kick up your feet and relax at your party.

Go out with a bang!

Nothing says summer like sparklers! So why not enjoy them as you say farewell to the long, warm days of summer? You can hand sparklers out to guests and let them do their own thing, or we also love the idea of using solo cups as sparkler stands for a super entertaining end to your Labor Day festivities.

Labor Day is only a few weeks away, and it is time to start your party planning! If you are looking for an easy online store to fulfill all of the sparkler needs for your end-of-summer party, you’ve come to the right place. Our 20 inch sparklers and 36 inch sparklers work perfectly for any event – and will ensure your party goes out with a bang!

DIY Fall Wedding Decor Ideas

DIY Fall Wedding Decor IdeasThe end of summer is just around the corner, which means that for those planning weddings this fall, it is time to stop procrastinating and get to work tying up any loose ends. If you are planning a wedding this September or October, you have most likely already planned the main details of the ceremony and reception such as the venue, catering, and your dress. However, you may not have fully decided on decor details. If you are planning a wedding this fall and looking for some fun and easy DIY decor ideas that won’t take a lot of time (or money), we have you covered! Read on to learn more about six of our favorite ideas for fall wedding decor.

1. Leaf Place Cards

If you are in search of an affordable yet elegant idea for place cards, you may want to consider rolling up your sleeves and getting to work on these DIY gilded leaf place cards. All you will need is an assortment of leaves, a gold leafing pen, and a black or white pen to write the guest’s name. DIY wedding decor doesn’t get much easier than this!

2. Pumpkin Centerpieces

Yes, it may seem a little cliche, but with a little creativity, a DIY pumpkin centerpiece is anything but ordinary! Dress them up with paint, hollow them out and use them as one-of-a-kind vases for seasonal floral arrangements, or carve designs into them to create elegant lanterns. The possibilities are endless for this DIY fall wedding decor idea.

3. Wreaths of Leaves

Wreaths aren’t just for doors anymore! We love the idea of incorporating fall foliage into your fall wedding decor using hand-made leaf wreaths as seat markers during your ceremony. Looking for a tutorial? We love this guide for making DIY leaf wreaths for your big day!

4. Maple Leaf Candle Holders

For those embracing a rustic, fall theme, these maple leaf mason jar lanterns will add a perfect touch. All you need to create this DIY project is mason jars, fresh fall foliage, tea light candles, some old-fashioned mod podge, and a little bit of creativity.

5. Fall Foliage Backdrop

Another DIY fall wedding decor idea that we love is creating a fall foliage backdrop out of colorful leaves. This will not only create a lovely space for your wedding photos, but also a fun, seasonal photo opt for guests!

6. Rustic Sparkler Display

If you plan on using wedding sparklers in your wedding send off, why not DIY a cute display that can serve as decor during the reception? This DIY display from a rustic barn wedding would be easy to recreate, as would this one. Want to keep it really simple? You can’t go wrong with a simple galvanized metal bucket or vase with a cute chalkboard note.

If you are planning on incorporating wedding sparklers into your fall wedding send off we offer both 36 inch and 20 inch sparklers that will work perfectly with rustic sparkler display ideas.