(Closed) Unplugged Wedding?!

posted 10 years ago in Technology
Post # 18
Member
22 posts
Newbee

I am seriously considered an unplugged wedding ceremony…. and I am definitely guilty of attending weddings and experiencing the ceremony through my view finder *sigh* I definitely got wonderful pictures of the bride and groom, but most couples have spent thousands on professional photographers to capture the moment. Once I realized this, I regretted not being fully attentive to the reason we are there, to witness the important people you love get MARRIED!

Post # 19
Member
311 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I would just want people to put away their cameras/cell phones at the ceremony. At FI’s brother’s wedding, one of his uncles was SO ANNOYING with a huge camera, standing up, getting in the aisle, going behind the bride and groom. Really, he is my only reason for no cameras.

You can just have the officiant make an annoucement, but it in your programs – something like that. I believe on the discussion on Offbeat, a poster mentioned writing something like “My photographer will not hesitate to tackle anyone for the shot” in her program. It gets the point across, but its also funny and less direct.

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