Weddings 101: How to Handle Cellphones on Your Big Day

by Limo Service DC Travel Agent

Cell phones has given us nearly everything we could think of at the tips of our fingers, from limo service DC to the best caterer in town. Which is why for some guests, it may be difficult to keep them off of their phone at your wedding. From booking DC Airport Car Service loves to snapping amazing photos — cell phones can also be helpful too.

So where to do draw the line? And, do you have too? We’re going to give you tips on how to handle the use of cell phones at your wedding, making it as easy as reserving DC Black Car Service!

How to stop guests from taking pictures as you walk down the aisle.

Consider a friendly sign that lets guests know that you would rather see their smiling faces than their cell phones. Urge your guests to live in the moment and snap mental photos rather than physical ones — you can add a note to your ceremony program as a helpful reminder.

How to keep guests from using their phones during the wedding ceremony.

If you’d rather have guests taking photos as you hop onto the Limo Service Chicago recommended and not as you kiss the bride, ask your officiant to remind your guests that there is no phones allowed during the ceremony.

How to keep kids (and some parents) from playing on their phones during the ceremony.

The last thing you want to hear is a video game soundtrack start playing as you are exchanging your vows. Let your guests know to keep Ipods, Ipads, phone, and tablets in the car or in a designated area until after the ceremony is over. You can also remind your guests that they are free to use their devices on the limo service in Chicago visitor transport or during the reception. Call us now — (202) 765–2350


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