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Why you should have a technology free wedding. Bonnie Beaver♥ TTC since Jan 2014; 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 18155 posts
15th May '13
lexi & #2's mumma Due January 9; 1 child; Perth, Australia 1165 posts
15th May '13

Wow I just read through this! I will most definantly be asking for photographer pictures only especially at the ceremony!

nutmeg. California 22281 posts
15th May '13

Wow! How frustrating!!

Bonnie Beaver♥ TTC since Jan 2014; 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 18155 posts
15th May '13
Quoting lovin Alexandra:" Wow I just read through this! I will most definantly be asking for photographer pictures only especially at the ceremony!"


I'll be doing my first wedding in a month and I'm sincerely hoping the bride and groom ask that only I do pictures. haha.

thats me. :) 18 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 3012 posts
15th May '13

I will be definitely asking for an unplugged wedding.

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
15th May '13

I would murder any friend or family member that ruined my wedding photos the way that some of these people did.

Bonnie Beaver♥ TTC since Jan 2014; 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 18155 posts
15th May '13
Quoting Thisperyears:" I would murder any friend or family member that ruined my wedding photos the way that some of these people did. "


Me. Freaking. Too.

Stfu Squirrel District of Columbia 8535 posts
15th May '13

I LOVED my wedding photographers, they had an amazing portfolio and background, I paid tons for them to do the work, they did a great job, no complaints whatsoever about them...but I have better pictures from guests.



Tbh, if I could do it all over again I would most likely not even hire a photographer.

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
15th May '13
Quoting Legendary Bonnie Beaver:" Me. Freaking. Too."


This one kills me the most:
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I would be livid if I were the bride and groom and found out that my asshat buddy ruined what should've been one of if not the most important shot of the wedding.

Donna Jo Tanner 1 child; Beach Haven, New Jersey 6440 posts
15th May '13

My first wedding, my photographer was a family friend who did it professionally.
He gave me a great rate and after the ceremony when we were doing the bridal party shots he said this "ok, it's fine for family/friends to take pics while info this but no flashes or I will stop. Bridal party, you are to only look where I tell you to, if I don't tell you a specific spot then that means look right at me. If someone looks at another camera I will give a warning, if it happens again I will pack up my equipment, give you what shots I have so far and return half of your money." I LOVED that he said that. He was smiling the whole time saying it and said it in a caring way but my pics came out beautiful for only paying $100! I hate when everyone is looking different ways in pics!

lynnsaymarie 17 kids; Buffalo, New York 2011 posts
15th May '13

Something I never really thought about!!! Ill be sure to be a good guest and spread the word for people to at the very least keep the flash off!

user banned 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
15th May '13

I would cry my eyes out. lol

Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
16th May '13

Yep- I never take pictures at people's weddings. Completely ridiculous.

homes cool 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 60900 posts
16th May '13

That is so awful! The only pictures we took at my best friend's wedding were the ones with her permission. I'm so glad her pictures turned out flawless and nothing like this happened.

CrapBag. 3 kids; Minnesota 7921 posts
16th May '13

I was grateful for my friends and family that took pics at my wedding. They cost me 20 cents to print vs. professional photographer prices.



I ordered some from him, but the ones I love the most came from friends and family.