May 28, 2014

When to "Unplug" during a Wedding

Unplugged Ceremony by Destination Wedding Photographers Something Minted Photography
When you think about your wedding day, what's a 30 second clip that runs through your mind? Does it look like family and friends smiling with arms around each other? Or are they in their own little worlds, looking down at devices?

Consider an unplugged ceremony a way to give your guests permission to experience each moment face to face instead from behind a screen. Inviting them to "unplug" from the desire to capture every angle means we're able to document those aisle moments without being blocked by guests or screens. It also keeps cameras and phones out of the backdrop, showcasing the emotion on every face of the ones you love most.

I won't share photos where guests are distracted by their devices, but I will share the feeling of connection when a couple looks toward their guests and they're looking right back:

Unplugged Ceremony by Destination Wedding Photographers Something Minted Photography

Unplugged Ceremony by Destination Wedding Photographers Something Minted Photography

Unplugged Ceremony by Destination Wedding Photographers Something Minted Photography

Whether in the details of the invite or through signage at the entrance to your ceremony, there are several ways to share your wish with guests so they can be part of the story told through photography instead of their screen.

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