A wedding is a time at which friends and family come together to celebrate a singular event. For some people, this may be the only time they see each other for years. At the wedding and the reception that follows, make a point to capture these special guests in photographs:
- Older family members, such as grandparents
- Friends from high school or college
- Soldiers who served with the bride or groom
- Respected mentors
One popular idea for making sure no guests' photos are missed is to use disposable cameras during the reception. Distribute the cameras, asking each guest to get a photo of him- or herself and others as they socialize at the reception. Have a designated person responsible for collecting the cameras afterward and taking them to have the film developed. Sure, they aren't professional photos, but they're a fun way to build a complete and memorable album of the event.