Weddings LIVE Stream
Weddings LIVE Stream
Live Streaming in Weddings
Why Live Stream Your Wedding?
Live streaming your wedding is the simplest and cheapest option to include guests who cannot attend your wedding. No matter how big or small your wedding is, there is bound to be relatives and friends who cannot attend your big day. Especially if you are getting married in 2021 and dealing with the outbreak of Covid-19. Live streaming your wedding is also a great way to record, save, and backup your wedding. In fact, more and more couples are live streaming in light of the corona virus. The good news is that we are all becoming more accustomed to virtually attending events and hanging out with one another, so having your wedding online is becoming more and more normal.
Best part about it all? Live streaming your wedding is essentially free! And easier than you think to do well. If you get cell service or wifi at your wedding venue, you can go live on your big day. Everything you need for it I’ve listed below, you most likely already have or could easily borrow.
If live streaming your wedding or elopement sounds like too much for you, we offer live streaming packages and photography packages that include live streaming! We’d love to take care of including your friends and family in this way, so you can better focus on saying hi and waving to them as you marry the love of your life.
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How To Live Stream Your Wedding In 10 Simple Steps
- Gather what you need to live stream your wedding
- Create Facebook Group of Guests who will attend online
- Create a schedule of events of what you will broadcast
- Designate Person to manage the live stream
- Pick a discreet location for tripod close to the ceremony.
- Setup Tripod and camera mount
- Test Internet Connection
- Test Live Stream for Video and Audio
- Go Live with your Streaming Service 10 Minutes Before Start of Ceremony
- Go back and enjoy the post and read through and reply to any comments.
What You Need To Live Stream Your Wedding.
- Phone with Camera and Internet – Any Iphone, Android, or smartphone will do!
- Tripod and Phone Mount (for stability) – Avoid shaky hands and mount the phone to a tripod. I recommend this one:
- Internet connection (4G, 5G, Mobile Hotspot, or Wifi) – Either use your cell data, purchase a mobile hotspot, or most venues have wifi you can use. Just make sure to check your connection and speeds!
- Microphone (In-Camera or External) – You can certainly use your phone’s microphone, but you might end up picking up a lot of noise (like wind or guests moving around) that you don’t want. Getting an external microphone to plug in to your phone will help!
- A Live Streaming Service for Weddings (hint: Facebook Live is best.) – I think Facebook Live is best for this for the reasons listed below. You could also consider using other streaming services, like Eventlive.pro or or mystreamingwedding.com. They will charge you, but they also have their benefits. Zoom is also a great option. Else, every social media allows LIVE now a days.
- Facebook Account and Group for Guests (for privacy)
- Designated Attendee To Manage Live Stream
- Time To Test Connection and Streaming Quality – Don’t wait for the last minute!
- Power to Charge Phone – Live streaming can eat up battery fast. So be prepared with a charger for your phone, or an external battery connect to.
- Backup Plan – Lastly, be ready with a backup plan in case your live stream cuts out or you cannot connect. The simplest backup plan is to simply record the ceremony to upload later.
Take Your Live Stream to the Next Level
What we have described above will help you get a good, solid live stream for your wedding. If you want to take your live stream to the next level, we are there to help you. This will be a significant investment for you but will yield better results.
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