Post # 1
Having a small wedding of 60-70 at a very intimate place. Orginally was going to do a camera at every table, now i just think most will go to waste as most people will still be using their cell phone/digital cameras. I still want the element there to make a candid wedding album, so my question is how many camera? 2? one at front , on on dance floor? Should I label them “pass around” 3? Can any fellow bees help me figure out the best way to place them and label them so they ARE used? Thanks so much!!!
Post # 2
I did this for my first wedding in 2007 and I would say 95% of the pictures were garbage. I would instead ask guests after the wedding to send you any pictures they took and you can then print the ones you want for your candid album. Are you having a photographer? My photographer got a lot of really great candids as well.
Post # 3
pussinboots83 : Yes, I am, I just really liked the idea of it….I see your point tho 🙁
Post # 4
I looked up the prices and it looks like you can get 2 disposable cameras for $13 and about $25 to get them both developed so it wouldn’t be a huge a cost if you really want to do it. Sorry I don’t have any ideas on how to do this as we just had one on each table (which was definitely overkill) Good luck!
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
futremrswhite17 : I feel like this is pretty outdated, but if it’s what you want, then I would put about 5 out in different areas with little signs like:
Or if you want an updated sort of version, you can have selfie sticks and ask people to tag them or send them to you
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2017 - Outside in Paris
You can ask guest to send you photos. Maybe even setup a Dropbox for them.
Post # 7
i did this for my bat mitzvah (20+ years ago), before cell phones, and it was great. now with cell phones, i probably wouln’t pick up the disposable to take pictures. either assign a few people to use them, or skip them.
they have app, wedpics is one. where everyone can upload their cellphone pics for you to see.