Post # 1
I am curious on the turn out of the I Spy game from brides who have done this. Did your guests participate? How did you get the pictures? Did you set up an online photo sharing site? What site did you use ? Do you have any suggestions other than putting the I Spy in frames? I really like the idea but don’t want to spend a lot of time or money if the guests didn’t really participate!
Post # 3
ohhhhh so interested to see what the other bees say about this as I’m debating on using the I-Spy for my March 2012 wedding
Post # 4
I’m curious to know too and I am doing it for our wedding.
Post # 5
I’m going to do I-Spy, but I’m going to ask everyone to use their cell phone/personal cameras. I am not investing in disposables. FCIL bought disposables for her wedding, and you can pretty much guess what happened. All of the kids got ahold of the cameras and wasted EVERY single bit of film taking pictures without flash (nobody knew to wind the flash up before taking photos) and up their noses, etc. FCIL spent about $30 on getting the film developed and there was not a salvagable picture in the bunch. So, while I think the game would be really fun if people participated, I would encourage you to just let other people use their own cameras instead of buying those disposable ones (if you were planning to go that route). I am excited to see what others say!
Post # 6
I’m interested to know as well.
I am not buying any disposable cameras (I’m assuming most people have invested in a digital camera by know), but I do have a collection of cameras (most a cheap and easy to use) that I will have available for guests to play around with. I’m a little worried about the schematics of the camera table. And I plan of talking some people I am close with into uploading photos. I’m hoping if people come to the sit and see that others have uploaded photos they are more likely to do so as well.
And if it isn’t successful the only costs were paper and whatever printer ink I used!