Planning a Virtual Wedding Ceremony and Bridal Shower

Planning a Virtual Wedding Ceremony and Bridal Shower

Posted by Dimitra Designs on Jan 5th 2021

With the health dangers due to the current pandemic, trying to have a wedding can be challenging. Many brides and grooms are looking for creative ways to allow family and friends to help them celebrate their nuptials, and having a virtual wedding ceremony is becoming popular.

What is a Virtual Wedding?

In essence, a virtual wedding is a ceremony that is broadcast over the internet. It reduces the number of people in a room to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and it also ensures that friends or family members who can’t travel to your location still get to be part of your big day.

There are many different platforms that can be used to broadcast your virtual wedding, including Zoom, Google Meet, FaceTime or Facebook Live. The one you decide to use will depend on personal preference and how many people you want to attend.

Before the wedding, it’s possible to have a remote bridal shower. To get you started with some virtual wedding shower ideas, consider meeting up with your friends online to play games, listening to your favorite music, opening presents (which can be sent ahead of time) and enjoying good food together (which can also be agreed upon and sent ahead of time).

Virtual Wedding Ideas

Having a virtual wedding doesn’t make this day any less exciting or important than if you were to have a traditional wedding. Find inspiration for your special day with some digital wedding ideas to make your wedding memorable with these details to consider:

Find the Right Space

The vast majority of people who have a virtual wedding usually use their home for the ceremony. There’s nothing wrong with this, and it can save you money and keep in line with CDC recommendations for safety during the coronavirus outbreak.

If you are looking to change things up, you might consider renting an Airbnb for your wedding. Or if the weather’s nice, choose a scenic place outdoors. No matter which option you choose, make sure there’s a way to connect to the internet so that you can share your momentous day with others.

Use Decorations

With the money you are saving by having a virtual wedding, invest in decorations to make your space look amazing. Some of the things you might add include a backdrop, getting professional lighting and having tons of flowers to make your space elegant.

Different programs offer the ability to create digital backgrounds, but you probably don’t want to use these. People have a tendency to get lost in these spaces, and there are limitations for how well your display will show. Since you want to be front and center, decorate your space so that you can be.

Include a Virtual Wedding Party

Just because you are getting married online doesn’t mean you can’t have a virtual wedding party — and you should. When it comes to safety and health, you get to decide how many people you want in your space, but it’s possible to have a flower girl and ring bearer, as well as some bridesmaids and groomsmen. You can even have them dress in their finest to make your day as amazing as possible. Choose coordinating masks to finish off the look and stay safe.

Dressing for the Occasion

The pandemic has changed the way we do a lot of things, including weddings. Thankfully, technology has made it possible to hold virtual weddings so that people can still be safely involved in your special day.

As for dressing for the occasion, make sure you have the right clothing. At Dimitra Designs, we offer a wide range of bridal gowns for any and all styles and sizes. We even have tuxedos. Check out our selection today!