What’s an unplugged wedding? An “unplugged wedding” is when a couple getting married have made a decision that they would
"Resist temptation. Be in the moment. Stay strong."
EVERYBODY has a smart phone with a camera and video app on it, and everybody likes to take pictures. The worst offenders, in my opinion, are the guests who prefer to film on their iPads or other ginormous tablets.
Or, if you prefer, make a quick, pleasant announcement at the start of the event or during a toast. Gottsman recommended
The rules of wedding etiquette are constantly changing, making it difficult for modern brides, grooms and guests to find
It’s in The New York Times, so I guess “unplugged” weddings are a thing, at least among the handsome and affluent people
In the past six years of being a professional wedding photographer, it's also been sad to watch the progression from seeing smiling, encouraging and happy faces as the bride is escorted up the aisle to faces hidden behind the backs of cameras and cell phones that line the aisle.