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How to Plan Your Virtual Wedding

Posted on April 17 2020

How to Plan Your Virtual Wedding
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How to Plan Your Virtual Wedding 

Due to Covit 19, our daily routines and big plans have changed drastically, a lot of country limits gatherings and large groups of people. Many couples have had to get creative with their weddings, whether that means postponing dates or moving forward with a more remote or intimate setting. From live streaming your ceremony to rearranging vendors, here are our best steps to planning a virtual wedding.

Choose Your Platform for a Virtual Wedding

When hosting a virtual wedding, your video recording software will be one of the most important details. Do you want to broadcast your wedding via social media such as Facebook or Instagram Live?
If you want, you can also keep it more private rather than sharing with the public, video conference tools such as zoom or Google Hangouts are easy to use and allow your guests to join in with activities such as speeches or even games.

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Check Your Vendors

While a virtual wedding will have fewer vendors than a traditional wedding ceremony and gathering, there are a few essentials you may want to keep, such as a photographer. Whether your wedding will be indoors or outdoors, it should be relatively easy for the photographer to maintain their social distance while you say your vows. Your wedding cake is another item you’ll also most likely want for your big day. You can even save some money by ordering a smaller cake just for you and your partner to enjoy along and do not forget your wedding look, especially your wedding dress, because even if it is an intimate party, A real bride deserves a once in a lifetime &  remarkable wedding celebration, so go and get your custom-made gown, couture gown, or ready to wear wedding dress!

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Do a Dry Run

Technology can sometimes have its own mind, so we recommend doing a run-through of your virtual wedding ceremony before your wedding day.

This is a great time to find your perfect angles and lighting while also knowing how to run your video recording program.

You can also figure out logistics of when you both walk out, where to place the aisle and the view of your guests for the ceremony.

 

Celebration Time!

Once you’ve said your “I do’s”, it’s time to celebrate your virtual wedding with your family and friends during your reception.

Have your guests raise a glass to toast your new marriage from their homes. Depending on how many guests are attending your virtual celebration, you can even send bottles of champagne via an alcohol delivery service as a fun party favor.

Did you know you can do your bridal gown shopping virtually as well? Contact us so that we can help you find the perfect dress, whether it is for your virtual wedding or a grand wedding in the future, Our Melbourne shop, Sydney shop & Hong Kong shop consultants can help you.