Before the actual point of this post:
How in world did women plan weddings before the internet? Almost everything I've done that's wedding-related has happened on a computer. If I met with a vendor, I found them online. If I'm working on a DIY project, I found it online. Oh, how I love Google.
Point #2 that's only kind of related to this post:
I was never a fan of message boards until I got engaged and found Wedding Book. It has given me more ideas than I can count and more support than I ever imagined. In fact, I found this gem of an idea from one of the lovely ladies of WB:
Hey! This is point!
Back to the title - will I have disposable cameras at every table? No freakin' way! While I was browsing the WB boards, I came across this.
Instead of putting a disposable at every table and being forced to print each and every dark, crappy picture (or shelling out the cash for digital disposables) do this:
1) Create a photobucket (or other photo sharing) account
2) Have cards printed (I've been told vistaprint is the way to go) that say something along the lines of:
Did you bring a camera?
Please share your photos with us!
Upload at: (photo sharing site)
Thank you for sharing your memories with us!
3) Put these at every place setting and other important places (ex. the bar)