My partner and I were supposed to get married in June… but because of Coronavirus we had to move our date to 2021. In May, we wrote, recorded, and filmed the song together as a little project to announce the postponement to our guests… and to help us feel better.
Vimeo is known for its high-quality streaming (in full HD up to 4k!), which means your wedding live stream will be top notch and look badass. It also offers a customizable video player, auto-adjusts for different internet speeds, has password protection, and no viewer limits. But is it cheap and easy to use? Let’s look at how to stream your wedding on Vimeo.
Having a wedding on Zoom seems pretty logical since it’s become so popular and a lot of your friends and family might be using it. It offers up to 1,000 guests (up to 100 with the free version), live chat, and extended stream times if you opt for the pro version. You can even use your smartphone to stream without any fancy tech setups.
If there’s one wedding regret we hear all the time, it’s that couples regret not hiring a videographer. It’s totally not within everyone’s budget, of course, but when you can swing it, it can be SO worth it. We’re in a video era, so having a gorgeous highlight video of your day, edited to music, that you can relive forever? Priceless. And way better than Uncle Dan attempting to record on his phone, trust me. So if you’re not planning on getting a videographer, these vids may just change your mind…
In “bachelorette parties we could never dream of having” news, bride Jana B. managed to craft a full-scale DANCE MUSIC VIDEO with her bridesmaids. Caveat: Jana is a professional dancer and her crew (from dancers to dentists!) is clearly willing and able to pull this off. Could most of us do it, too? Hell no. Is it fun to watch? Hell yes…
College Humor recently took on the task of skewering ye olde wedding toast. From your long-winded bestie to your cranky-about-paying dad to your emotional mother of the groom, no typical toastmaster was spared in this parody.
Clearly not all of us will be dealing with these stereotypes at the reception or pre-wedding parties, but certainly we can all use a good chuckle about the dreaded task of making a speech, right?