The cell phone industry and culture has changed so much over the recent years that it has actually changed us.  Guilty.  My phone is in my hand whenever possible, especially if there is (just maybe) a special moment to capture.  What is now a social norm has many missing out on actual human experience – from date nights and rowdy concerts, to weekend getaways and friendly gatherings.  Weddings are no exception to the mobile device mania.

On this day, the most important day of their lives, this couple asked for their guests to be fully present as they became husband and wife, with the promise to share the professional photos.  Folks, put away your phones and cameras.  Find a seat.  Relax.  And enjoy:

Hannah and Dillon’s Wedding…unplugged. 

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