Photography

​Photography​​

Specific photography arrangements should be made in consultation with your photographer and clergy. Please keep these arrangements within your allotted wedding schedule. Your photography should be limited to the interior of the Chapel and surrounding grounds. Photographing is to be inconspicuous, so that it in no way detracts from the solemnity of the occasion in a religious sanctuary.

Flash photographs by guests should be discouraged since they intrude on the ceremony, are distracting to the guests, and interfere with the photographer's efforts. We ask that you place this in your printed bulletin or a means you chose to inform your guests.

If the wedding service is being videotaped, the wedding hostess will suggest appropriate places to video the wedding. 

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