Wednesday, May 7, 2014
When you should be live streaming your Wedding
This is an idea that I have been interested in researching for my brides for the past few months. I think this is a great idea, if it's necessary. What I mean by that is, I don't think that every wedding needs it. I think it is a great idea for destination weddings where sometimes not all your family and friends are in attendance. It's also a great idea for family members that cannot travel, and would still like to be a part of your big day.
Other than those reasons, I am not sure that I would add the extra stress of pressure on to your planning. If you do decide go through with it. Here is where you should start.
1. Read this article 6 Ways to Live Stream a Wedding. They break down all the options you have available. I think the best option is YouTube.
2. Talk to your videographer. This might be something that they are willing to add to your package for an additional cost. If this is the cases they should be providing you with the web address for you to provide to your guests.
3. Do not include the web address in your wedding invitations. The best idea is to follow up individually with each guest that you believe would like view the wedding.
4. Only do the ceremony.
I hope this was helpful, remember I don't think this is necessary for every wedding, but it might be a great idea for yours!
Happy Planning! As always, please let me know if you have any questions I am here to help!