Is someone celebrating a wedding now?
Old things and ways of celebration have gone away because of the COVID 19 pandemic. Say Hello to the new normal ways of living. Gathering like a celebration of birthday, wedding and even face to face class in school is surprisingly not allowed. DJ Vancouver had some friends and clients celebrating their wedding virtually.
Fortunately, people don’t stop finding innovative ways to connect and celebrate the moment of their special event. In fact, there are many ways to connect virtually, we’ve some friends celebrating their wedding via Zoom and Skype.
DJ Vancouver won’t postpone your wedding day
DJing.ca knows you’re desired not to postpone your wedding day, that’s why we are here to help you to celebrate your event online. It was really fun to have your family and friends be part of the ceremony and the internet held up to watch the whole thing! Our team suggested having a proper party and ceremony later in the year or in 2021 once the lockdown is eased.
Actually, some locals still not open to large gatherings however the courthouse is allowing people to get married under observing social distancing and wearing face masks.
Here are DJ Vancouver simple tips for wedding streaming
1. Chose a Platform
There are so many platforms to choose from like Google Hangout, Skype, Instagram Live, and Zoom conference. Send a proper link to the platform you choose. If you want to see your guest just what they can see you, decide the live stream that people can watch. Make an instruction to your guest and informed proper etiquette and other information to help them operate more especially to using the first time
2. Sending Invitation
Make sure to have an invitation in advance to your family and friends by informing them about this wedding experience is all about. Don’t forget to send a link of streaming to your guests and make creative with your setting for virtual gatherings. It will be fun if your guest will dress up for your virtual wedding and bring their own bottle of champagne and after-party where they can break off into smaller virtual groups and socialize together
3. Have some help from a planner or friends
Call your wedding coordinator and a planner to help you out setting up all the necessary things for your event. It’s always better to ask for some wedding favor or suggestion from your family and friends to help you organized. Probably they can suggest good and helpful insights as if you want to have decoration and wedding color theme. Or your wedding planner suggests some sort of delicious takeout dinner and a special wedding cake to cut.
There’s no doubt couples want to have a complete package of traditional wedding special moments while practicing proper safety during the COVID 19 pandemic.
4. Make a playlist and video background
Add your favorite music that makes you feel-good and in-loved. Djing.ca recommends songs that will give you energy, looking for a list of our most requested songs. It will help you to have the right attitude in socializing, taking photos, and greet all the guests virtually.
Our DJ Vancouver recommends keeping things a little brief. If you want to include everything including your vows consider a clear printout in your invites. That way your guest will follow along the way of reading your vows with your partner.
Just because you are in streaming it is difficult to balance a long ceremony with the inability to control the clarity of everyone’s devices (or attention spans). Otherwise, run through how you’d like the event to go with your officiant or a friend in charge. That way you and your partner won’t have to worry about the flow, and someone else can be in charge of muting and unmuting and guiding you both through the ceremony with ease.
Wedding DJ expert believes that this pandemic can be eased somehow in this coming year 2021. So it’s okay to have a party virtually and have a ceremony later. Hire our DJ Vancouver professionals and have a free consultation about pandemic parties related tips. Visit us at https://djing.ca/ and get a Quote Now!