Tying the Knot in a Meaningful and Memorable Way (Without Losing Our Savings or Sanity)

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Our Photographic Experiment

So far, the photography experiment is working out. Instead of spending thousands on a "real" photographer (our budget, after all, was only $2,000), we decided to ask three of our talented friends to do the duties.

Plus, we sent all guests a post-wedding follow-up e-mail to ask them to upload their photos to a centralized flickr account (i.e., I gave everyone the username and password).

Thus far, the only downside (knock on wood) has been that some goofballs are messing with our welcome message. They changed it from "Of a Feather" to "Sawubona" (sorry, Grandma and Grandpa).

I guess it's a small price to pay for 1,641 photos (so far!).

Five minutes later: it's now up to 1,675!

[Editor's Note: I just learned that "Sawubona" is a Zulu greeting that flickr cycles through. I'm an idiot!]


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4 comments:

Jessica said...

that's such a fun idea! and alot of pics to peruse. I bet you're having fun reliving all those moments through other people's eyes.

Chelsita said...

Have you run into any problems with there being too many photos uploaded? Or did you upgrade to a Pro-Account?

Sara E. Cotner said...

I did upgrade to the pro-account, so I haven't had to worry at all! Definitely let me know if you have more questions.

Jeni from Kansas said...

This is a great idea that I am eager to try out for our pre-wedding, wedding and reception photos. I do have one question though. I already have a Flickr account for my photography. Do you know of a possibility where I can add a second "account" to my existing Flickr account??

Thanks for sharing a great idea!

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