Now everyone can celebrate with you, even if they’re unable to be there in person.

I’m delighted to have a brand new service to offer you.  Now you can live-stream your wedding ceremony to those who are unable to be with you in person during covid times.  And, appreciating that planning a wedding during these strange times is a little bit more challenging, I’m currently offering this additional service for Free!

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I will provide you with the link to the online event ahead of your big day for you to share with your online guests.  This URL is not public, so only your intended guests can join the event.

This sweet little camera (just 3 inches tall), has a 4-hour battery life, no chords and sits atop a small stand a few feet away from us.  So it’s unobtrusive and won’t obscure your guest’s view.

It’s controlled via a phone app by me (I pretty much just press start and let it run), so there’s no distracting camera operator moving about in front of your nearest and dearest.

If you’re having a small group of guests and we’re not using a PA for your ceremony, the camera has great microphones built-in to pick up your vows.  If you have a larger group and we are using my PA, I can take the sound directly from the PA to make sure we’re hearing you and not Uncle Colin, who’s sitting by the live-stream camera, sneezing.

The live feed is streamed to the supplied link via my phone’s 4G.  I’ve not encountered many service blackspots around Sydney, but if the internet service at your location is weak, or even non-existent, the camera will directly capture a HD recording, which I will send to you afterwards.

Weddings during COVID-19 (Information as at May 2020)

In May, the Federal Government announced a 3-step plan to bring Australia’s economy out of COVID-19.  The plan allows for larger groups of people at weddings and has 3 different stages in which safety measures are gradually lifted as follows:

  • Stage 1:Weddings can go ahead with up to 10 people, in addition to the couple and their celebrant
  • Stage 2: Weddings can go ahead with up to 20 people, in addition to the couple and their celebrant
  • Stage 3: Weddings can go ahead with up to 100 people, including the couple and their celebrant

Each step still includes the safety measure of allowing an average of four square metres per person and also includes collecting contact information for all attendees.

The first two still heavily restrict the number of people at a wedding, but the third step is a significant return to what ‘normal’ looks like at a wedding.

The physical distancing rule means that some venues still won’t be able to host the full 100 people allowed in the third step, it’s a significant move forward for couples ready to get married.

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