Kodak Disposable Cameras for Weddings

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Kodak Disposable Cameras for Weddings
Get guests involved with photography on your wedding day. (Michael Blann/Digital Vision/Getty Images)

Give your wedding guests added entertainment while creating priceless memories. By making Kodak disposable cameras available to guests, you can save money on photography fees and obtain a variety of photos from all angles. Your guests will be honoured to take on this fun responsibility, capturing all the best moments on camera.

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The Camera

The trusted Kodak camera brand has an affordable disposable camera made specifically for wedding use. This single-use camera can capture up to 27 indoor or outdoor photos on your big day. The camera has an appearance to blend with the decor of a typical wedding. A floral print of white roses graces the front of this silver, plastic camera. A pack of 10 cameras is around £32. The Kodak single-use wedding camera can be found online or at most grocery or bridal stores.

Wedding Preparation

Purchase your Kodak disposable cameras months before the wedding to ensure that you have the cameras in time, especially if you do an online order. Do not save this wedding detail for the week of the wedding when you may be stressed with more important tasks. Take into consideration the number of guests and/or tables at your wedding reception. On the morning of the wedding, have your personal attendant or wedding planner place one or more cameras in the centre of each table or in a basket near the entrance. Consider putting notes on or near the cameras instructing guests to take photos.

The Photographers

Give your guests the fun opportunity to capture any random moment of the wedding reception. You can still hire a wedding photographer for your formal pictures, or save money and just use the photos taken by your guests. You will gain a wide variety of photos from different angles, moments and of many people. Enjoy viewing your wedding day from the perspective of the photographers you know best--your guests.

What to Do With Photos

Get your disposable cameras developed at your local grocery store or photo shop. This is the exciting part, as you have no idea what to expect to see in each photo. Some may be a blurry mess and others may have caught a priceless candid photo. You will likely only have a copy or two made of each photo, so scan and save the photos to your computer, flash drive or a CD. Preserve your wedding memories in a scrapbook, photo album or picture frame. Another kind gesture is to mail photos of guests along with thank-you notes.

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