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Which service is best for live-streaming your wedding in 2021? UPDATED

"For various reasons, our family won't be able to attend our wedding. Do you have any tips on how to go about live-streaming our ceremony and some of the reception?" We have a whole tag dedicated to offbeat couples who have live-streamed their wedding, so you're the first to navigate these waters. Let's look at some options for virtually inviting guests to your wedding — whether it be just Grandma using Skype or dozens (hundreds? thousands?!) of viewers on a live-streaming website. Then I'll run down some tips for making sure your stream runs seamlessly.

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MJ & Josh's wildlife sanctuary red and gold wedding

This isn't a Game of Thrones red wedding, but it definitely is a RED RED WEDDING! A vivid crimson dress, shiny gold and red cake, and red crystal bouquets make it a much happier occasion. But if you're planning to live stream your wedding, these two have a really important tip for you…

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Emily & Mitchell's rainy steampunk geodesic dome wedding

Put on your goggles and your neo-Victorian gear, because this is STEAMPUNK WEEK! Today we've got a purple and bronze steamy bonanza with a geodesic dome ceremony, a ketubah/parking problem (what?!), and some adorable vows you don't want to miss. Just watch out for the spoilsport rain!

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Jenni & Shaun's modern art museum spiral aisle wedding

Remember the spiral aisle that we featured? Here they are, along with tons of paper flowers (that look super real), a Banksy guest book, a secret handshake at the end of the ceremony, and of course, their completely awesome way to fix the problem of a lopsided guest list. Oh, and wait until you see the reception skits that included cardboard box masks with giant eyelashes!

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Alicia & Cody's fiery dragon and phoenix art gallery wedding

With amazing gradient mobiles that match the bride's earrings that match her dress that matches the cake that matches the fiery candles… WHEW! Seriously, this wedding is a sight to see and totally authentic to their tastes. Plus, the bride painted a spectacular (seriously) triptych for the ceremony that made my day.