13 Unplugged Wedding Signs To Remind Guests To Stay In The Moment

"Resist temptation. Be in the moment. Stay strong."

There's nothing wrong with wedding guests snapping some photos at the reception -- that's what the hashtag is for! -- but people who are glued to their smartphones throughout the ceremony can ruin professional pictures, while also taking others out of the moment.

Encourage friends and family to stay present and device-free by posting one of the 13 clever signs below.

"Please turn off cell phones. She means it!"
"There's a girl here taking pictures. We asked her to come. So please rest your cameras. Our ceremony needs only one."
"Please let our professional photographers be the only paparazzi during our ceremony."
"After ceremony use your electronic devices you can." - Yoda
"Don't be this guy. No pictures during the ceremony."
"Oh snap! Thank you for coming. We have but one plea. Please keep our ceremony camera-free. Though our 'I dos' are unplugged, our reception is not. Once we finish our first dance, you're free to take a shot."
"We really want to see your faces. Not your devices. Please put away phones and cameras until after the first dance."
"Welcome to our unplugged ceremony. Please turn off all cell phones, cameras and any other device and enjoy this special moment with us. Thank you!"
"Welcome to our unplugged wedding. We invite you to be fully present with us during this special moment. Please, no cameras, cell phones or other electronics until after the ceremony. Thank you!"
"The bride and groom request the joyful sight of your smiles without the distraction of electronic devices or cameras."
"As a courtesy, please turn off all cameras and phones for the duration of the ceremony. Resist temptation. Be in the moment. Stay strong."
"On our wedding day, the most special of our life, we want all of your attention as we become man and wife. Please shut off your camera and power down your phone because this whole flowered sanctuary is a no-battery zone. We appreciate your help on this, our happy day. Now help us make some memories in a most old-fashioned way."
"Please keep our ceremony camera-free. We've hired professionals to capture us marry. So please let us be the first to share pics as the new Mr. and Mrs. Harry."

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