What is an unplugged wedding?
There are many things your photographer can work around, the weather and handling schedule changes. One thing they cannot work around is when guests get in the way of a perfect shot. Having an unplugged wedding allows your photographer to capture the special moments on your wedding day without having to worry about guests accidentally jumping in front of their camera to get their own shot. Many couples are asking guests to put their phones and cameras away for their wedding or at least during specific times such as during the ceremony.
Why have an unplugged wedding?
You want your guests to have a good time and really be there to celebrate the joyous occasion and this can be difficult if they are more concerned about the pictures they are trying to take. Additionally, this can be a huge hindrance for your wedding photographer. Some of the reason you might want to consider an unplugged wedding when it comes to your photographer include:
You don’t have to go unplugged for your entire wedding day. You’ll want your guests to take have the opportunity to take some fun shots at the reception after all. But, during the ceremony, portraits, and special moments like your first dance you may want to consider asking your guests to put down their camera and just be there in the moment with you.