More Couples Using ‘Wedding Drones’ To Film Nuptials

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More Couples Using ‘Wedding Drones’ To Film Nuptials

A growing number of U.S. couples are using small commercial drones to shoot photographs of wedding guests and capture aerial footage of their ceremonies, though the Federal Aviation Administration has warned that the practice is illegal and offenders could be charged with breaking the law. What do you think?

  • “I’ve always thought the best view for a wedding was from high above, looking down on the bride and groom as if they were ants.”

    Greg Spriggs
    Kayaking Guide
  • “Good. I’d noticed the average American wedding is drastically underdocumented.”

    Kyle Branden
    Lunch Monitor
  • “I knew the FAA would try to ruin my wedding day.”

    Christine Ferrars
    French Press Retailer