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How to stream your wedding on Vimeo

How to stream your wedding on Vimeo

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.

How to stream a wedding on Zoom

How to live stream your wedding on Zoom in 2021

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.

Facebook Live wedding streaming how-to from @offbeatbride

How to stream your wedding with Facebook Live (UPDATED FOR 2020!)

The idea of streaming your wedding day to the interwebs isn’t new. Friends and family who can’t physically attend your wedding for whatever reason can tune in via the internet and experience the ceremony in real-time — from anywhere in the world! Here’s how to stream your wedding on Facebook Live.

How to broadcast your wedding live on YouTube

How to broadcast your wedding live on YouTube (UPDATED FOR 2020!)

In my post about live-streaming your wedding, I singled out Google+ Hangouts on Air/YouTube Live as my favourite option if you want to broadcast your wedding to more than a few people and have a recorded copy saved — for free. Here’s my screenshot-laden tutorial so you’ll be up and streaming, no sweat.

Save a seat for absent family members who are Skyping into your wedding

At Susanne & Scott’s elegant rock ‘n’ roll taco truck wedding, they were sure to save a seat in the front row for some important guests who couldn’t attend in person…

Don’t miss out: be a virtual bridesmaid via webcam

One of Ashley’s bridesmaids couldn’t make it to the wedding due to health issues, so she was virtually walked down the aisle via Skype!