What is are unplugged weddings
As any wedding photographer and videographer knows, one of the most nerve-wracking events is when a guest completely destroys that perfect moment you’ve been hired to capture. Whether they stand up in the aisle during the first kiss, take photos with their ipad in front of your camera, or inadvertently cause half the family to look off to the side during posed family portraits, wedding photo bombs can be a real headache. So we ask you, would you have an “Unplugged Wedding”.
What exactly is an unplugged wedding? An unplugged wedding is when you ask your family, friends and guest to turn off their phones, ipads, cameras and other digital distractions during the ceremony or reception. The purpose is to allow the hired wedding photographer and videographer the chance to capture the wedding as efficiently and perfectly as possible without possibly missing key shots caused by, obtrusive guest.
Now, we are not saying having an unplugged wedding is the answer, or if it really makes a difference. But looking at these images above in the gallery made me cringe, if it was my wedding I can tell you what I would do to anyone who ruined that perfect shot. Think about it.
So what do you think about the concept of having an Unplugged Wedding? Leave your comments, stories, and thoughts below.