sparkler break

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It’s the perfect solution. You aren’t sure if you want to do a traditional sparkler exit, but you love the idea of capturing a few images with them at night. Take a sparkler break. Step out during the reception and bring along the bridal party if you like to take a few pictures. It works especially well in the fall and winter when the light fades early in the evening. There’s just enough time to set up the shot and get a few takes without interrupting the party. Lynda + Keegan, thanks for the inspiration!

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