A new trend in the wedding world! Unplugged Weddings!
What exactly does having an unplugged wedding mean? Well, more and more couples are going unplugged at their weddings. “An “unplugged wedding” is when a couple getting married, have made a decision that they would prefer if their wedding guests didn’t take photos and/or upload them to social media.”
Some choose to have an unplugged wedding, reception or both. Many people are wondering why would you do this? We have compiled a list of pros and cons to help you decide which option is best for you.
Pros of having an unplugged wedding:
Guests will listen and be more engaged
Guests will remember the ceremony more
People will interact more with each other
No risk of cellphones interrupting the ceremony
No risk of cellphone camera getting in the way of the professionals
Cons of having an unplugged wedding:
You may not have as many photos as you may have wanted
Your guests may miss out on intimate and candid moments that they could capture on their own camera
Guests will not be able to share your special day and moments with others
We suggest that you let your guests know ahead of time via your invitation about your wishes on having an unplugged or semi-unplugged wedding. Whether you choose to have a partially unplugged wedding or a completely unplugged wedding, remember the choice is yours and what you want to do.
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