When you think of sparklers at a wedding, you probably think of the newlywed couple’s exit from the reception. But, why constrict sparklers to one single role when they can be used in other ways?
Carlyn and John Mothershed agree. They loved the idea of sparklers, but wanted to use them in a different way by having every guest hold a sparkler around them as they did their first dance.
This fresh idea lit up the dance floor and kept the guests entertained! I am a fan of using ordinary props in extraordinary ways — all it takes is a little brainstorming!
Do you like mixing things up? Or keeping it traditional?
Let me know your preference in the comments!
Last updated on January 4, 2016 at 4:09 pm