Confetti throwing is one of the most special wedding traditions. For a photographer is a perfect opportunity to capture great moment of the happy couple.
The word confetti often conjures up the image of masses of tiny paper or foil shapes scattered on party tables or in greeting cards. Paired with New Year’s Eve, it may mean long strings and paper shreds bursting from the end of noisemakers and dropping from popped balloons. But “confetti” paired with “wedding” inevitably reminds us of the traditional confetti-throwing ceremony: the time when guests line up to shower the departing bride and groom with confetti-even though actual paper confetti is rarely used for this tradition.
Different kinds of Wedding Confetti
Rice: The Original Confetti
Petals and Leaves: Nature’s Confetti
Bird Seed: A Modern Confetti Alternative
Bubbles: The Fun of Confetti without the Mess
Johann & Lesley
Ceremony: Kloovenburg Lookout