Have you ever been to a concert or other event where it seems like every person present is recording it on their personal electronic device? Have you looked around and seen nothing but a sea of phones and tablets raised in the air? After seeing this, have you wondered, “What is the point of going if you aren’t actually going to be there?!”
An ongoing trend in the Wedding Industry is the idea of having an Unplugged Ceremony. This is when the Bride and Groom request all of the guests at their wedding ceremony to turn off any and all electronic devices they may have. I am a HUGE fan of Unplugged Ceremonies, and let me tell you why:
5 Reasons To Have an Unplugged Ceremony
1. It allows your guests to be fully present in what is happening. You know the difference between listening to a recording of a song vs. going to a live concert. If you’re able to use all of your senses when you’re experiencing something, it will be that much more memorable and special.
4 Ways to Ask Your Guests to Unplug
Your family and friends love you and want to remember your special day, but it really will be remembered best if your guests are guesting and your photographer is recording all of the magical moments!
What are your thoughts on having an unplugged ceremony? As a Bride/Groom or as a Guest? I would love to hear what you think!
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