Whether you’re planning a destination wedding or not, there’s a chance some people important to you won’t be able to make it to your wedding, especially now that many couples don’t live close to their families anymore. Enter webcasting — a way to allow anyone, anywhere to be a part of your wedding.
While not on many couples’ “required” list of wedding services — yet — webcasting is becoming more popular. Some jurisdictions offer webcasting as part of their civil ceremony services. Other couples are hiring businesses whose job is webcasting weddings. But really, all you need is an Internet connection, a camera, a computer and some know-how to get yourself up and running!
And if you can’t webcast, consider putting video of your wedding online so loved ones who couldn’t make it to your wedding can still see your big day!