I was working a wedding this weekend with one of my favorite photography companies and was asked by one of the photographers had I ever coordinated an "Unplugged Wedding"? Well, yes I have. But what does that really mean?
An "Unplugged Wedding" is when a couple asks guests to check their cameras and smartphones at the door. Meaning...allow the photographers to capture all of the ceremony and reception activities while you...the guest...enjoys the wedding. Then once the photos are edited and ready, the couple will send you a link to relive their wedding day and purchase some of your favorite pics. See an "Unplugged Wedding" ensures the photographer is able to capture the best moments, especially of the ceremony, without guests jumping in front of them with a camera, iPhone or a large iPad running the shot.
Check out some of the ways you can announce an "Unplugged Wedding":
Until next time...WEDologize!
(photo credits: http://www.katebreuer.com; http://www.newjerseybride.com; http://southernweddings.com; http://jessikafeltz.com)