Product Spotlight: No Cameras Please - Wedding Guest Request Cards

Product Spotlight: No Cameras Please - Wedding Guest Request Cards

Wedding Guest No Cameras Please Request Cards for Photographers Unplugged Weddings

Unplugged Weddings No Cameras Wedding Guest Request Cards and Signs for Photographers

One of the most significant moments for a newlywed couple is the first time they see their wedding photos...that is of course unless their images have already been tainted by all the amateur photographers and 'facebook posters' at the event. Solve the issues surrounding and avoid the camera-happy 'Uncle Bobs' forever by offering your clients our Wedding Request Cards.

Perfectly and politely phrase the bride and groom's request that all of the photography taken on their wedding day remain in the hands of the photographer. With our well-worded, elegantly designed card, your clients can eliminate distracted guests and spoiled photos.

ELIMINATE CONCERNS BEFORE THEY ARISE:
• Capture guests enjoying themselves instead of fumbling with technology
• Help avoid unflattering images surfacing on social media platforms
• Preserve the excitement for all of the special images you capture of the day
• Have the total attention of your subjects during formals and other important moments of the day
• The bride and groom will thank you for helping to keep their guests mentally present

TESTIMONIAL: "I loved that at the end of the day there were no hideous camera phone images of my wedding floating around on Facebook or any other social media sites. We were so excited to receive our images because we had no idea what anything looked like except from memory. It was great to see everyone's faces in the photos I did receive instead of a bunch of cameras and flashes waving around, and we didn't have to worry about posing for hours so every guest could get their shot." -Lauren C. (Happy Bride)




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