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The Guard of Honour

This has become a popular alternative for Wedding Couples to depart the reception.

It consists of the guests assembling on the dance floor in 2 lines facing each other. The end of the line is at the Exit door of the reception, whilst the beginning of the line is inside the reception room.
The guests then raise their arms in the air, and join hands with the person facing them, forming a long tunnel. The Bride & Groom simply start at one end of the line, and run through the tunnel, and out the door to start their honeymoon.
The only drawback with the Guard of Honour, is that it is difficult of the Bride & Groom to thank their guests, as they can with the Farewell Circle.

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