Happy New Years Ladies! 2013 is here and I will be in Maui Hawaii next year for our 15th Anni...
***UPDATE: We have heard it is not worth it at all to develop all of the cameras- as most of the pictures end up being poor quality.***
I would love to track down this camera if anyone knows where I can get it- or I will just DIY it with some pink/ blue/silver rhinestone details and our monogram. I figure I can just get cheap plain white disposable cameras and get some supplies from Michael's to put over top...
We are having 11 disposable cameras- one at each table. I know my photographer will do an excellent job of capturing the important moments, but I would also like to see the day from my guests' perspectives.
Set a camera (or two, depending on your budget) on each table at the reception.
Print up small cards to set alongside the cameras. These cards should say something like "Please help us see our wedding reception through your eyes - snap a few pictures and then pass the camera around. Please leave this camera on the table and we'll take care of the rest!"
Appoint a person to collect the cameras before the reception winds down, or set a basket by the door for people to drop the used cameras into.
Encourage your friends to stand up and take snapshots of the other guests.
Be sure to explain that you'll be taking care of developing the photos - some guests might feel compelled to get the photos developed themselves.
Expect a few cameras to disappear. It happens. "
***I know I saved this off of someone's site, and I just can't remember who, so just let me know if it was you, and you would like credit for the great idea!***