How to Virtually Plan Your Wedding and Live Stream It


The power of technology is the most important lesson this pandemic (aside from religious hand washing). We are fortunate to live in a digital age, where information is available at our fingertips, video chats are on our screens, and we can plan our wedding from our couch.

Engaged couples don’t let social distance or a global pandemic stop them from getting married. Love always wins. Instead, they are finding creative ways to make their wedding plans come to life. From Zoom bridal showers to Skype consultations with vendors. There’s always a way, even if you’re not tech-savvy.

Virtual Venue Tours

Virtual venue tours are a common feature. You can view 360-degree virtual tours of our venues on our pages.

Virtual Vendor Consultations

Some wedding details can’t be done online. For example, you can’t do a digital hair and makeup trial or taste a cake on-screen. Virtual consultations with vendors, regardless of service, are a great way to meet new people!

Skype or FaceTime your potential coordinators, videographers, florist designers, and photographers to set up a consultation. You can see samples of their work and send links to past galleries. They will also be able to talk you through the details of their contracts and packages. You can schedule a virtual tour with them if they have a showroom. Before you e-consult, make sure to refer to our questions for wedding vendors!

Live Stream Wedding

A live stream wedding is the best option for modern and forward-thinking couples who want to get married NOW, regardless of the current world events. You only need a fast internet connection and basic technology. Here are the steps to make it happen:

Select a streaming service

There are many great streaming services that are free. You might consider a platform such as Zoom, Facebook Live or YouTube Live. Lovecast, an app that allows live streaming of weddings, is another free option. It creates an interactive and user-friendly experience for your guests. If you are unable to decide, you can stream to multiple platforms so that your guests have choices.

WebWed Mobile also offers private streaming weddings and the ability to obtain your marriage license or an officiant via the app. Talk about a one stop shop! You can also hire a company such as Wedfuly to help you organize your Zoom ceremony and manage all the technical aspects.

Coordinate Vendors

Your officiant can still conduct the wedding ceremony online, even if non-essential business are closed. There is no need to gather! You will need to have your marriage license signed and sent in as soon as possible.

You can still use photos and video from this fun event to remind you. They are in desperate need of the help right now to keep their businesses going, but they’ll be open to trying something new! You can have your ceremony digitally documented through the streaming platform.