Losing Weddings Because of Covid? Create a Virtual Wedding!

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There are several perks for your couples in hosting a Virtual Wedding. One of the most important perks is that Chandler Business Group can handle all the audio, visual, and Live Stream options that you need! We can create a beautiful lighting and design set up as well as handle music, and streaming both privately and publicly. Your couple can have their own live event and show off their love to the world.

Let’s take a look at the perks you can offer to your clients by Live Streaming their wedding!

It takes less time to plan than a traditional wedding

Traditional wedding planning can take 13-18 months before the wedding date. With a virtual event, you can get everything settled within a month or just a few weeks. You can even offer an elopement accompanied by a Live Stream if the bride and groom don’t want to wait for any planning.

Your bride and groom can celebrate with everyone

It can be hard to get your couples to cull the guest list to fit their venue, vision, and costs. Most brides and grooms (and their parents) invite everyone they know, making the list huge and the ability to organize all the people in one place, traveling and hotel coordination, and food services. With a virtual wedding, the list can be as big as they want. You can even offer a hybrid event with just their immediate family in attendance and allow the friends and other guests to join via Live Stream.

The wedding date and time can be tailored around guests

Even with a short time frame, your couple can consult with loved ones to see when they can attend the Virtual Wedding. Help your couples by offering to poll the guest list for times and dates that are convenient. And if they can’t attend on the day of the event, you can offer a recorded version of the Virtual Wedding so they can still enjoy the event.

Potential Roadblocks to a Virtual Wedding

The couple still needs to get a marriage license and have an ordained officiant for a Virtual Wedding. Depending on the laws of the state and country they get married in, Virtual Weddings may not qualify for a license. Make sure to check before beginning to plan a Virtual Wedding.

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