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Bride threatens to fire guests for breaking wedding rule

DEAR MISS MANNERS: My fiancé and I are getting married next year and so far so good. The only problem I have is how to tell our guests – without sounding like a bridezilla – that there will be a very strict “no cellphones” policy during the ceremony.

They can pull out their phones during the reception all they want, but I want them to keep them away from the ceremony!

We’re both very laid back and tend to go with the flow, but every time I see people taking photos and videos during wedding ceremonies instead of actually being in the moment with the happy couple, this fills me with rage! I mean, that’s what the paid photographer is for, isn’t it? !

Nobody, and I mean person, on social media really cares about the 200 photos you posted of a wedding for people your followers/friends don’t even know. People who are keen on the event will already be present at the ceremony. So why even bother?

I absolutely do not want our very expensive professional photos to be riddled with phones!

I’m so serious about this issue that I debate asking people to leave if they break the rule. I’m sure most will be okay with that, but there will always be a few who will do what they want. I feel like if I’m too nice, people will take it more as a suggestion than a rule.

California Daily Newspapers

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