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undocumented wedding

wedding without camera's
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At weddings people take an awful lot of pictures. Coming up next: a wedding where you are asked to leave your camera home.

You can bring pictures though! Pictures that stimulate the conversation of those present, going from hand to hand.

You may take notes. Instead of pictures of the wedding, all those present write a letter to the newly weds with anecdotes, observations, snippets of conversations they had.

Such a wedding will be more memorable than a wedding documented in pictures from beginning to end. That has been done before.

Only one picture is made. And after midnight the cameras may come out.

rrr, May 14 2005


       Didn't JLo or some other celeb do that already?
DrCurry, May 14 2005

       "Have a wedding where you don't take photos" isn't much of an invention idea.
bristolz, May 15 2005

       How about a non-wedding that is heavily documented.
SpocksEyebrow, May 15 2005

       //How about a non-wedding that is heavily documented.//
Mick Jagger & Jerry Hall.
calum, May 15 2005

       It could be like a court case, no camera's or visual recording equipment allowed. Perhaps sketch artists could be employed.
hidden truths, May 15 2005

       It was david and victoria beckham. They sold the rights to the wedding pictures to Hello magazine for a few million, which meant all the guests were banned from taking pictures. If anyone else published pictures before Hello, they lost their money.   

       I love the priorities of those two.
daaisy, Mar 28 2006


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