An unplugged wedding is asking guests not to photograph during the ceremony..because you want them to be ‘present’ with you and to celebrate with you (rather than being hidden behind a lens.)
Most wedding etiquette advisers recommend a combination of several different channels to spread the word about your unplugged wedding:
1. Mention it on your wedding website
2. Have a sign at the guest table
3. List it on your program
4. Ask the officiant to mention it when he/she reminds everyone to turn off cell phones
****The following are not my pictures – I’d rather not share my own weddings because I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. (Sometimes guests THINK they are being discrete…) but believe me I have seen EVERYTHING here and MORE.
**And as a side note, having an unplugged wedding often guarantees better professional portraits because guests won’t be leaning into the aisle or walking around to get their shot.
Even everyone’s flash going off at the same time
can destroy your professional portrait.
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