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15 Creative Sign Ideas For Encouraging Your Wedding Guests to "Unplug"

There are a thousand things to stress about when planning a wedding, and in this social-media-obsessed era, we can now add "having the photos ruined by smartphones" to the list. That's why more and more couples are opting for "unplugged weddings" wherein guests are politely asked to switch off all their devices so as not to interrupt the ceremony or obstruct the views of the professional wedding photographers.
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