The Hollywood hot couple has asked guests to leave their phones and cameras at home. Would you comply to a similar wedding request? Take our poll!
Gabrielle Union and fiancé Dwyane Wade have made a big request of their wedding guests—leave the phones at home!
The couple recently sent out wooden wedding invitations for their August 30th nuptials in Miami and TMZ has obtained one. Inside the invites there is a bold note for all intended guests: “NO CAMERAS, NO PHONES.” The couple has asked that those who plan to attend leave their phones behind "for the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy."
It could prove to be a tall order for the long list of celebs and high profile guests who will likely attend and are quite fond of social media, but the couple promises a good time nonetheless: "Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a THROW DOWN”
The location for their “I dos” has not been revealed as the couple still hopes to keep paparazzi away. Instead guests were told a specific location to meet at so that they can be transported to the wedding location.
Would you attend a wedding if you were asked to leave your phone and/or camera at home? Take our poll below!
QUESTION:What you attend a wedding if you were asked to leave your phone and camera at home? Yes, it's about what the couple wants. 92% No way. I pass! 8% Total votes: 634