Looks like big brother, patriots and Amazon aren't the ONLY ones finding creative ways to use drones. Aerial photography has begun to spread from never-heard-of-that to niche in the realm of weddings and special events.
As you can see in the photos, whether the drones are up-close or using taking shots from a distance, the pictures are not interfering with the action; none of the people make eye contact with the device or appear to be distracted. Even from a great distance in the daytime picture, you can still see the lawn detail in the top corner of the lawn--proof that everything can be seen with drones.
Advice: Gotta do your homework. That means, learning about who has the drones to perform these photography activities and the limits to perform said tasks as it pertains to local ordinances and property venue rules. Most-likely, you will want to start your search away from random sites like Craigslist. Make sure they hare licensed and insured.