Friday Five – Stunning Sunset Wedding Ideas

21/03/2014 | 0

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There’s nothing more romantic than a stunning sunset and if you’ve chosen to have a destination wedding then you and your guests might be in for a real treat at sundown, depending on your chosen location.

 

If the area is renowned for its majestic sunsets, make the most of this magical time on your wedding day with these five stunning sunset wedding ideas.

 

Couples retreat

 

Steal some precious moments alone with your new hubby (and your photographer!) to capture your silhouettes against the stained skies as you see off the sun together.

 

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Get your group on

 

Gather together your bridal party and create some special shots with the last of the light. Standing by water can cause amazing reflections or why not produce some silly shadows as you all jump in the air?

 

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Hallmark moment

 

As you and your guests say goodbye to the sun, mark the occasion with something fun. Make the moment unforgettable by giving all of your guest’s a sparkler, or send off (biodegradable) Chinese lanterns or balloons into the night sky when the sun finally fades out of sight.

 

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Dinner is served

 

Depending on the timings of your wedding day, sunset can be an incredible (and practical) time to serve your wedding breakfast. Light up your venue with candles and lanterns and seat your guests before the sun starts to disappear. The skies will create a impressive backdrop and as darkness falls the candlelight will produce a romantic atmosphere. Plus, the temperature will drop too which will ensure that the food you are serving isn’t wilting in the heat.

 

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Let there be light

 

A simple way to mark the transition from sunshiny skies to the darkness of nighttime, is to fill your venue with sparkling lights. As the sun heads to the horizon light your location with glowing lanterns, flickering candles and twinkling fairy lights; making a dreamy décor for your evening party.

 

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Will there be a chance of a spectacular sunset at your chosen destination wedding location? 

 

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