From the ascent of selfie sticks, to ethereal wedding photography, keep a post for these 2016 wedding gathering patterns!
Aerial Wedding Photography and Videography
Remembering your huge day from the perspective of your visitors is one thing, however seeing it from a bird’s eye view is totally diverse! Since the popularity of drones (flying, remote controlled cameras), individuals have been thinking of new and shrewd approaches to consolidate them into regular life. Cue the wedding drone.
Book in aerial photographs of your wedding and your authorized photographer or videographer will convey a little, however unnoticeable camera to take photographs or recordings of your unique day from a 10,000 foot view. These photographs are frequently emotional and are best shown printed notice size or on expansive canvas. They’d make an astounding component in your lounge or home office.
You’re crouched around your companions, faces smushed together, wishing your arms were a bit longer so you could fit everyone into your selfie. We’ve all been there. The selfie stick was invented in light of the fact that none of us (or if nothing else not very many of us) have shockingly long automated arms.
Just mount your advanced mobile phone or tablet onto the selfie stick, assemble your companions or a gathering, posture and snap. It takes the mystery out of ensuring everybody’s in the photograph and it saves money on arm strain. At the point when used at a wedding, it can likewise prompt some really wonderful photos!
Charge Stations and Power Bars
From using their mobile to explore to your venue, tweeting and Instagramming their mirror selfies and looks of the glad couple, by gathering time, your visitors will have likely exhausted the battery on their mobile. If you need to encourage your visitors to archive their experience of your day through social media photos, then give a charge station or power bar as a courtesy.
Crowdsourcing is a practice made popular by start-up companies looking to pool resources from a large group of people, mostly for funds for a new business or venture. But, it’s a brilliant idea that can easily be applied to weddings! You can crowdsource your wedding photographs and videos by using a unique hashtag on Instagram or by creating a WhatsApp group for your wedding guests to join and share photos in.
Just include your unique #hasthag, show on each gathering table and crowdsource your wedding photos!