How you can include guests that can’t attend your wedding
Shopping for your wedding dress in Perth? It’s more than likely that you’re planning your wedding!
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a big shift towards bringing in guests to your wedding in a virtual way This has continued as we’ve started to go back to “normal.”
Here are a few tech-savvy ways you can include your absent loved ones in your big day:
A viewing party
Make your virtual guests feel like honorary guests by asking them all to dress up for the ceremony.
Let’s face it – it is a better option than them discretely hiding the fact that they’re in PJ’s!
Send your virtual guests a playlist
Regardless of if it is through Spotify, USB or CD in the mail, your guests will feel a sense of celebration if they’re able to listen to your chosen wedding tunes!
Organise a live streamed ceremony
There are so many great platforms out there such as Zoom, Facetime, and Skype that will enable your guests to attend both in real-time and virtually.
If they also have a Chromecast they can connect to their TV for a life size viewing.
Post your wedding video
Upload your wedding video to social media or YouTube works well for everyone.
Then your virtual guests will be involved in every part of the day from the morning prep to the end of day drunk dancing!
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Appointments are held only on Wednesday’s from 4:15pm – 5:45pm, running for a duration of 45 minutes. Who can you bring to your appointment? a maximum of 4 guests are allowed to attend with you.
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