Unplugged Wedding

Considering encouraging your guests to ditch their cameras and experience your wedding first-hand? Here are some ways other brides and grooms have communicated their wishes to their guests.
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More about this unplugged ceremony at http://somethingnewentertainment.com/style-profile-ben-and-samantha-get-hitched-part-2-the-ceremony/

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I love unplugged weddings!

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Dear DJ AJ9: Should I Have an Unplugged Wedding?

Dear DJ AJ9: Should I Have an Unplugged Wedding? (Part 1)

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Unplugged Wedding - The couple respectfully requests that all guests honor the sanctity of this moment by turning off cell phones and cameras. The photographer will capture how this moment looks — We encourage you all to capture how it feels with your hearts, without the distraction of technology

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Try Me! Tuesday | GUEST PHOTOGRAPHY = EPIC FAILURE | How to Reinforce an Unplugged Wedding and WHY! | Kaitlin Noel Photography | Cape May Professional Photographer » Kaitlin Noel Photography Blog

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an elegant seat-yourself, don't-get-in-the-way-of-the-photographer sign

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I cringe when I hear phones go off during a ceremony!!! Don't want that happening during mine. AND I don't want people taking pics with their cell phones to interfere with my professional pics...standing in the aisle, flash, etc.

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Another post on unplugged weddings that has convinced me to do the same!!

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Unplugged Wedding » Stevi Sayler Photography LOVE this idea, wishing more couples did this, would make my job as a photographer light years easier!!

Unplugged Wedding

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unplugged weddings ~ don't let your guests ruin your professional photos!

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unplugged ceremony_unplugged wedding ceremonies_brooke allison photo CT

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Suggested text for unplugged wedding ceremony

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Matte Printed Chalkboard Sign for an Unplugged Wedding

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Make Your Special Day An Unplugged Wedding

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How to have an unplugged wedding: copy 'n' paste wording and templates | Offbeat Bride

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How to have an unplugged wedding: copy 'n' paste wording and templates | Offbeat Bride

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How to have an unplugged wedding: copy 'n' paste wording and templates | Offbeat Bride

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Consider an UnPlugged Wedding to avoid shots like THIS from your professional photographer!

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The unplugged wedding: couples tell guests to put down their devices | Offbeat Bride

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this reminded me of your wedding. :)

Guests Behaving Badly: An Unplugged Wedding May Be the Cure

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How to have an unplugged wedding: copy 'n' paste wording and templates | Offbeat Bride

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An unplugged wedding

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Asking guests to 'unplug' during the wedding ceremony, no cameras, phones, etc. just to be present in the moment with the bride & groom. fantastic. More brides should do this. Had a great time at an unplugged wedding.

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Such a nice way to remind guests to be present during the ceremony. We have been seeing more and more guests up and wandering around taking photos during ceremonies never mind stepping in to isles at key moments...such a bummer!

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Ask in a nice way that your guests pay attention during your vows and not occupy themselves with tech. Place this in your program or post a large sign at the door. Use this copy 'n' paste wording and templates from Offbeat Bride for your wedding. You may also want to ask your officiant to say a few words about turning off cell phones and putting down cameras as well just to drive the point home.

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