With COVID-19 taking over almost everything, those planning weddings are scrambling to reschedule, or figure out what to do next. Well we are here to support you and to tell you there are ways to still get married during these unprecedented times. If you’ve got the date and you don’t want to postpone, Curtis Kennedy of Curtis Kennedy Films tells us how you can live stream your wedding.
YOU DO HAVE OPTIONS
“First of all, I am so sorry that couples are having to adjust their wedding plans during these unprecedented times. It’s been encouraging to see the wedding pro community rally together and offer up solutions to couples! We have set up a variety of options for couples to help them get their ceremony captured and allow their guests to be as “present” as possible including single camera live stream, multi-camera live stream, as well as our standard ceremony coverage with next day delivery.” Curtis tells us.
WHAT THE LIVE STREAMING COMPANY NEEDS
“We need the date, time, and location of the ceremony. We will then schedule the live stream with a custom URL that [couples] can share with all of their virtual wedding attendees. We can live stream privately via a custom page on our website, or open to a variety of platforms, including Facebook & YouTube,” Curtis explained.
“We provide all audio equipment needed to broadcast live with crystal clear audio. If their venue (or home) has a WIFI or Ethernet internet connection – that is great! If not, we can use a hotspot to stream. The only thing they need to provide is access to power.”
WHAT YOUR GUESTS NEED
As far as your friends and family is concerned, “All their guests need is a computer or smartphone with access to the internet!” says Curtis. So you really can live stream your wedding, and have lots of loved ones witness your nuptials in the process.
All photos courtesy of Curtis Kennedy.
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