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Is an Unplugged Ceremony Right for You?

Is an Unplugged Ceremony Right for You?

In this day where none of us can stop tagging our group on Facebook, Snapchatting, or even Instagramming #BestDayEver, putting the phone down isn't always easy. Let us introduce you to the latest in technology trends – unplugged ceremonies. Ladies and gentlemen, no phones please!

Creekside Ceremony at Boulder Creek by Wedgewood Weddings

You have your photographer taking great photos. Guests are asked politely to turn off their cell phones, and focus on you and your day, and not fussing with the Sepia setting in photo editor.

Unplugged Ceremony Sign at Menifee lakes by Wedgewood Weddings

Now then, once your ceremony has ended, encouraging guests to use your wedding hashtag is so much and gives everyone a real-time look at your perfect day!


Unplugged not your thing? Check out Hash-tagging Your Wedding Day for helpful tips to engage your guests in an interactive experience!

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