With the Coronavirus shutting down almost all events around the country and worldwide, more and more engaged couples are looking for a way to still celebrate their love with their friends and family.
While many couples plan for a ceremony with friends and family in physical attendance to celebrate love, this may not be possible with the new scenario. We still have no idea when in person gatherings will be safe, so while some engaged couples are postponing their nuptials, others are turning to the technology that has kept us connected throughout out this time.
Resourceful couples are managing to plan and execute incredible wedding ceremonies, while still preserving many of the parts of a wedding that most of us hold dear – exchanging vows in front of friends and family, getting glammed up, and raising a glass of champagne in honor of the new couple. Virtual meetings with technologies like Zoom and Google Hangouts has become the way we work and socialize during this era of Covid-19 and it is no different with weddings.
We’ll outline the major things to consider when planning a virtual wedding or a “zoom wedding”. We’ll also link to the resources that already exist as well as the many wonderful resources that creative folks are coming up with daily. Let’s go!
What is my Zoom Wedding?
Thanks for stopping by our website! We are (ex brides? former brides?) who have attended Zoom weddings of friends and family, and decided to put together this site organizing all the information and common questions that one might have when planning a virtual wedding.
Looking for the right software or technology for your Zoom wedding? One of the first things you are probably figuring out is how exactly to set up your technology and get this virtual wedding done. You can start by checking out our tech guide.
This is a new process for all of us, so we’ll continue to update the site as we figure out new tips and tricks for making this work! Feel free to join our email list or subscribe through WordPress to get alerted when we post new articles. If you have a specific question or comment, in the meantime, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us – firstname.lastname@example.org