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Wedding Planners Share Their All-Time Favorite Grand Exit Ideas

Krystal Kast Photography

Some of the most memorable wedding photos come from the newlyweds’ theatrical grand exit at the end of the reception. With a sea of guests waiting to wish you well and say goodbye, planning a special exit will allow the happy couple to get some alone time before joining their loved ones for an after-party or heading out on their honeymoon. It’s also a natural end to the evening—after the last song is played, a big exit lets guests know that the official party is over.

Related: Unique Ideas for Your Wedding Exit

Path of Sparklers

Whether you plan to drive off on a motorcycle, a car with a “Just Married” sign on the back of it, or a horse-drawn carriage, consider finding a way to involve the guests in your departure. They can throw rice or confetti, wave flags, blow bubbles, or ring bells.

Laurie Arons,

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25 Picture-Perfect Elopement Ideas From Real Couples

If the mere thought of wedding planning, the high costs of the affair, or walking down the aisle in front of many eyes is enough to make you shudder, then the intimacy of an elopement may be right up your alley. And why not? Eloping is becoming a more popular, chic way for couples to express themselves. It can be more romantic, cheaper, and less stressful—not to mention: You can exchange your vows anywhere, which adds the possibility of an adventurous element and a unique bonding experience.

What Is Eloping?

Eloping is a marriage conducted without the knowledge of the couple’s family and friends, particularly their parents. Typically, those who elope only have a ceremony and do not host a reception or celebration.

Whether you choose to go halfway around the globe, stay local in your city, or something in between, the limitless destinations are perhaps the most overwhelming (and

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Jewellery ideas and must-have accessories for grooms

Over the last few years, men’s wedding jewellery has truly come on its own. Jewellery has now become a way for men to shine on their wedding day. Sure, men have been wearing chains and rings for many years, but when it comes to wedding jewellery, the new-age grooms aren’t afraid to experiment and go bold with royal-esque pieces. “Jewellery has always been an essential part of Indian weddings. It is one of those special occasions when men aspire to look and feel regal. Jewellery for men has now become trousseau essentials. Choices for men are expanding with the contemporary range of kadas, rings, bracelets as well as statement brooches, cufflinks and chains,” says Revathi Kant, Chief Design Officer, Titan Company Limited.

From contrasting necklaces to customised accessories, here’s how grooms can adorn themselves with statement jewels:

A kalgi is an accessory adorned on the groom’s safa or turban.

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