5 reasons to have an unplugged ceremony

5 reasons to have an unplugged ceremony

5 reasons to have an unplugged ceremony

5 reasons to have an unplugged ceremony

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I’ve always supported the idea of unplugged weddings, but not until I experienced it first-hand did I understand the power of guests putting down their phones and cameras during the wedding ceremony. Everyone focuses their energy and attention on the wedding couple. Seeing all those faces, which are normally hidden behind devices, brings such life to the ceremony. It truly feels like each person there was a witness, which is exactly why they were invited in the first place.

Just in case you needed them, here are the top five reasons to have an unplugged ceremony:

  1. Guests’ total attention and focus on the ceremony.

  2. Photographers will get beautiful shots without having to crop out phones.

  3. Processional shots not ruined by guests leaning into the aisle.

  4. Energy and mood of the ceremony improved (trust me on this one!).

  5. Smiling faces of your friends and family looking up you.

At the end of the ceremony, I can announce that it’s time for everyone to take out their phones and start taking photos. We can give the guests time to get a few shots, if you like this idea of a post-ceremony photo opp.

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